Rako Wireless LED Dimmers – simple methods of dimming LED lights with Rako Controls(part one)

After introducing the Rako Wireless LED Dimmers(Controlling the LED lighting with Rako Dimmers and Modules), as promised, we are now going through the eight main methods of dimming the LED lights with the Rako Wireless LED Dimming controls. Yes, the LED lights are already energy saving and at the same time bright – yet you may want to dim them further in order to obtain the lighting ambience that you desire(plus save some extra energy). Rako Wireless Lighting Controls makes this possible with the range of Rako LED Dimmers. Below are the first four methods of dimming the different types of LED lights with the Rako Wireless LED dimmers – the Rako dimmers and modules for controlling the LED lighting.

Rako Wireless Lighting Control Method 1 – The Rako RLED181A single channel 18W LED driver

  • Rako’s wireless constant current 18w driver can be set to different current settings to suit the LEDs being controlled.
  • Options – 350mA, 500mA, 600mA and 700mA.
  • Up to 10 LEDs can be wired in series to a maximum of 18w.
  • Controlled from the Rako Wireless Panel or the Wired System via Rako Bridge.
  • Uses the Rako RLED18-1ACI – single channel 18W LED driver.
  • Buy online the Rako RLED18-1ACI Single Channel 18W LED driver.

Rako Wireless Lighting Control Method 2 – The Rako RLED363D 3 channel RGB constant current 36W LED driver

  • Rako’s constant current 3 channel 36w driver is designed to control 3 colour RGB LED fittings.
  • The module works in conjunction with a DC power supply between 12-48v and up to 36w.
  • The different colours are wired in series to a maximum of 12 and not exceeding 12w on any one channel.
  • Controlled from the Rako Wireless Panel or the Wired System via Rako Bridge.
  • It uses the Rako RLED36-3DCI – a three channel RGB constant current 36W LED driver.
  • Buy online the Rako RLED36-3DCI Three Channel 36w LED Driver module.

Rako Wireless Lighting Control Method 3 – The Rako RLED501D single channel constant voltage 50W LED driver.

  • Dimming constant voltage single channel 50w.
  • Light fittings using constant voltage LEDs generally use a standard DC power supply.
  • These power supplies have a fixed output and Rako’s RLED receiver fits between the power supply and the LEDs.
  • Controlled from the Rako Wireless Panel or the Wired System via Rako Bridge.
  • It uses the Rako RLED50-1DCV constant voltage 50W LED driver.
  • Buy online the Rako RLED50-1DCV single channel 50W Dimming LED Driver.

Rako Wireless Lighting Control Method 4 – The Rako RLED903D 3 channel RGB constant voltage 90W LED driver.

These are the first four “Rako Wireless methods of dimming” for the LED lighting – energy saving wireless lighting control solutions from Rako Controls. We will soon post more details both on the rest of these methods of LED lighting dimming and about each one of these devices. Check out the Rako LED Lighting Wireless Dimmers via the Dimming Systems section.

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