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12V 10W 5-inch RGB LED Retrofit Recessed Light - DMX Compatible RGB LED Ceiling Light - 3-in-1 RGB LED Chips

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-Ultra-thin: 1-inch tall, can fit into tight spaces like ceilings with ductwork/piping/obstructions and hot-roof ceilings
-Improved color blending: advanced chip and diffuser generate superior color output
-Nice and clean finish: flush lens and trim, uniform white color, clean look
-Easy 4-pin RGB round connector: for easy and stable connection, plug and play
-Memory function: memorize the last command sent from RGB controller

Product Price
$29.99

Description

RGB recessed light is a smart choice to highlight specific while adding some fun colorful elements. This newly released ultra-thin RGB recessed light is a step up from the earlier model in many aspects.

Super thin and uniform design

At 1" tall, this recessed light can fit into tight spaces that a traditional recessed can light cannot, such as ceilings with ductwork/piping/obstructions, hot-roof ceilings with limited vertical clearance, and tight soffits.

Frosted lens and aluminum trim both in clean white color, no excessive or intrusive parts; this light gives a simple yet elegant look to your ceiling.

Superior color blending

Built upon improved technologies in LED chip, optical and mechanics and equipped with a high-quality frosted diffuser, the blending of R, G and B light colors is better than ever, no awkward hues or uneven mixture.

Convenient installation

To save users from the trouble of welding wires together or hiring professional electrician, this light is designed with a round 4-pin connector. Plug and play!

Memory Feature

This LED light will “memorize” the last command sent from RGB controller and stay in that color and mode until you change the setting once again.

Tips:

This item does not include Remote. We recommend our LED RGB Wireless RF Controller sold in our store. Please click HERE.

-Voltage: DC12V

-LED number: 45LED

-Power consumption: 10W

-Beam angle: 120°

-Average life-span: 2 year

-Material: Aluminum

-size: Ø150mm/5.9 inch×30mm1.18inch

-cutting size:Ø 130mm/5.12inch

Applications

Kitchen area, living room and bedroom area, KTV, salon, hall, office, supermarket, hotel, or areas where you want to make a difference.

Specifications

UPC 741459502058
SKU Y009A02BTY
Warranty one year
Diameter 5''
Wattage No
Certification No
Equivalent No
Input Voltage 12V
Color RGB(color-changing)
Color Temperature No
Lumens No
CRI No
Beam Angle 120 degree
Finish white
Lens Type frosted
Quantity of LEDs No
Certification

Quick Overview

-Ultra-thin: 1-inch tall, can fit into tight spaces like ceilings with ductwork/piping/obstructions and hot-roof ceilings
-Improved color blending: advanced chip and diffuser generate superior color output
-Nice and clean finish: flush lens and trim, uniform white color, clean look
-Easy 4-pin RGB round connector: for easy and stable connection, plug and play
-Memory function: memorize the last command sent from RGB controller

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Customer Questions & Answers:

1 Answer
Posted by Yvan Guillemette, Monday, March 20, 2017.

Answers:

  • Posted by Torchstar Admin on Monday, March 20, 2017

    Our recessed lighting fixtures need to be installed in parallel setting. You need to have a controller to control the color and effect. For more question, please contact our customer service for further assistance. 

Answers:

  • Posted by Torchstar Admin on Tuesday, July 21, 2015

    For 10 units of RGB recessed light, you need to have a controller which total current output has to be at least 9A (108 watts). Our RGB recessed light can be controlled by DMX conroller.

    Since it is a 12V light, you need to have a power supply to convert the 110V to 12V. Please make sure you need to have at least 100 watts power supply to run for 10 lights. 

1 Answer
Posted by Walter Smitty, Tuesday, December 16, 2014.

Answers:

  • Posted by Torchstar Admin on Tuesday, December 16, 2014

    The white color is actually mixed up by red, blue and green, not exactly pure white.

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