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Published on Jan 19, 2012
Flexible LED backlight module LC1-10RGBMany of you have seen various backlight devices, attractively changing glow color according to set program or music.These devices are realized most commonly using RGB LEDs, i.e. LEDs containing three crystals in single package, each of them emitting certain light -- red, green and blue.Mixing these primary colors allows producing all other colors and shades, as it is done in all monitors and displays.If you plan assembling such a device, you can use flexible LED module LC1-10RGB.It consumes 12 volts allowing its use in a car, and can be connected with other such modules to obtain necessary stripe length.Let's turn it on and see what it can achieve without using controller and other auxiliary devices.Naturally, any of three primary colors -- blue, green and red can be obtained. Yellow is also easy to obtain when red and green are turned on, purple -- as a result of switching on blue and red, and turquoise from blue and green. Well, of course, when all three primary colors are turned on, we get white light that can be used for lighting.By connecting a stripe to control schematics, all the other colors and shades can be obtained, while gradually changing voltage on each of the basic colors channel. Module LC1-10RGB -- inexpensive yet up to all modern demands -- will be an excellent guide to the world of color and light decor, will serve excellent basis for light and color music or rainbow lamp and, of course, will help you create original backlighting in your car.