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5 Easy Steps To Wiring Dual Colour LED Strip Lights (Wiring Diagram)

Wiring Diagram - Wiring Dual Colour LED Strip LightsOne of the reasons we like wiring diagrams here at Wholesale LED Lights is that they’re so easy to understand. Follow the lines, connect the dots, and off you go! This time, we’re looking at Dual Colour LED Strip Lights.

Shop for Dual Colour LED Strip LightsFirstly, you’ll need the following:

Step 1

Before starting anything, check that everything is in tip-top condition, and that nothing is damaged. We do check everything before it leaves our warehouse, and package them in such a way that they get to you in perfect condition too.

On rare occasions however, things will get damaged in transit. If this is the case then let us know straight away, and we can arrange a replacement quickly for you.

Step 2

If you look at your Dual Colour LED Strip Lights, you’ll have 3 wires – black, red and blue. These need to be connected to the output terminals on the Dual Colour Controller. The black should match with the “V+”, the red with the “W”, and the blue with the “C”.

You don’t need to connect anything to the second “C” channel.

Step 3

Wire the positive (red) and negative (black) wires on the LED Driver into the DC+ and DC- terminals on the input side of the controller.

Step 4

Wire the live and neutral wires on the LED Driver back to the mains power supply. Make sure the mains supply is disconnected before doing this. We always recommend getting an electrician to do this bit, as mains electrical work can potentially be quite dangerous.

Step 5

Reconnect the mains supply. You should see the green power light on the controller come on. Put your batteries in the remote. Touching the buttons on your controller should make the receiver light come on. If this doesn’t happen, make sure the batteries are inserted correctly.

That’s it! You’re now ready to use your Dual Colour LED Strip Lights!

If you have any difficulties setting this up, or have any more questions, give us a call on 0116 321 4120, or drop us an email to cs@wled.co.uk.

You can also leave us a comment below, and a member of our team will get back to you.

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