How to Pair a Remote Controller to an LED Controller
Today we’re going to explain how to wire a Wireless RGBW 4 Channel LED Controller with Channel Pairing. This product is designed to be easy to install, mount, and configure, making it installer-friendly. It features an easy-to-use remote control, 0-100% brightness control, and full color (16.7M colors) control. The LED controller is compatible with all of aspectLED's single color, dynamic white, RGB, and RGBW LED fixtures. The receiver and controller units do not come paired, but the pairing process is straightforward.
The Wireless RGBW 4 Channel LED Controller with Channel Pairing is designed to be used with low voltage wire, and it communicates with your controller unit via a wireless (RF) signal. This unit is connected directly to your power supply (input) and LED strip lights (output) by low voltage wire. This controller includes four channels, which can control different LED fixtures independently, and the channels can be paired to work together.
The Wireless RGBW 4 Channel LED Controller is powered by a 12-24V DC power supply, and it features a maximum output of 6A per channel, making it suitable for controlling multiple LED fixtures.
Before starting the installation, make sure that you have all the required components, including;
- The Wireless RGBW 4 Channel LED Controller with Channel Pairing – Wireless RGBW 4 Channel LED Controller with Channel Pairing - aspectLED
- A remote control – Wireless RGBW Multi-Zone LED Handheld Remote Controller - aspectLED
- Low voltage wire – 4-wire RGB Extension Wire (65' roll) - aspectLED
- LED strip lights – Color Changing LED Strips - Flexible / Strip Lights - aspectLED
- A power supply – Non-Dimmable Power Supplies - Power Supplies - aspectLED
- A 3 millimeter small flathead screwdriver
Let's get started:
Step 1: Connect the non-dimmable power supply to the input of the LED controller using low voltage wire. The input is clearly marked on the product. Make sure that you connect the positive (+) and negative (-) wires correctly.
Step 2: Connect the LED strip lights to the output of the LED controller using low voltage wire. The output is also clearly marked on the product. Again, make sure that you connect the positive (+) and negative (-) wires correctly.
Step 3: Use the small flathead screwdriver to loosen and tighten the connector sites with low voltage red, green, and blue wires to connect the LED fixtures to the appropriate channel on the LED controller. Make sure that you connect the positive (+) and negative (-) wires correctly.
Step 4: Turn on the power supply, and you are now ready to use the remote control to control the LED fixtures. The remote control is easy to use and allows you to adjust the brightness and color of the LED fixtures.
Step 5: Pair the receiver and controller units by our PLZC method - Power Learn Zone Color. Press the power button on the remote to turn it on. You’ll see a red light on the remote to indicate it is on. Then press the learn button on the 4 Channel LED Controller.
Next tap the Zone button and then choose which corresponding zone you want to use on the remote. Finally place your finger on the color wheel and slide your finger clockwise to finish the pairing sequence.
The pairing process is now complete. Thank you so much for reading and we hope this article was helpful, if you run into any problems please reach out to our team of LED experts.