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Yes, dimming (0-100%) is available when using a PWM controller. All our products can be dimmed using 0-10V, DMX512 and Dali system.

Our RGB lighting fixtures can be controlled by 3-channel PWM controllers, and it accepts DMX512 control signal as well.

The protocol of our RGB pixel lighting fixtures is SPI/TTL, it can be controlled by any SPI controllers that compatible with UCS2903(RGB)/USC2904(RGBW) IC. A DMX/Artnet-SPI decoder is required for DMX512/Artnet controllers.

The RGB/RGBW series have ability to change colors, but all the LEDs change to the same color at once, can't be changed by each section.

The RGB/RGBW pixel series have a control chip (IC) built into each cutting unit and they can have their color individually controlled independent of each other.

Constant voltage power supply is required for all of our low voltage lighting fixtures.

 We would like to suggest to select the power supply that is around 20% higher than the actual loading to achieve longer lifespan. For example, for a 10meter length of F22B-3000K (12W/m), the actual loading is approximate 120W in total, it would be better to select the 150W power supply.

We normally use Epistar LED Chip from Taiwan, in addition, Nichia LED from Japan is optional.
The maximum permissible distance between the lighting fixture and power supply is dependent on light fixture loading (length) and conductor size. The distance should be shorter for longer length of fixture (higher loading) due to voltage drop issue, the cable size should be increased or fixture length should be decreased to allow longer distance.
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