LED RGB controller for Flexlights inc IR-Remote control

Phobya LED-Flexlight RGB controller with IR-Remote controller

Phobya
Scan code: LN40372 Manufacturer code: 83156 Request call
£16.99Item due on 09 December 2016
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Product Overview Phobya's controller with remote controller, the interface for the Phobya RGB LED Flexlights.
The Phobya RGB LED Flexlights offer many lighting possibilities, but they need a controller device which unleashes their potential. This is such a controller which offers everything which is needed for control of the RGB LED Flexlights.

The Phobya controller is equipped with a voltage transformer with a replaceable 4-Pin Molex connector which can be used in all PC systems or alternatively with the external Phobya PSUs (Item No. 84006 or 84011). The Flexlights can be connected to one of the three fixed cables which each allow one Flexlight to be connected. Of course the controller also works if only one or two Flexlights are connected.

The remote control send signals to the controller via infrared. The intuitive user interface shows the user exactly what happens when the buttons are pushed. The different base colours can be mixed to different colours by pushing the according buttons. Additionally a dimmer is implemented to allow different levels of light intensity. Besides these basic functions automatic blinking modes can be activated to create a special lighting effect.

Features Technical specifications:
• Inlet cable length: 40cm
• Outlet cable length: 20cm each
• Colour: Black
• Power connector: 4-Pin Molex
• Number of RGB connectors: 3
• Maximum current: 6A

Specifications
Specifications
Input Voltage  
Current  
Input Current 6 mA
Power Consumption  
Luminous flux  
Color Temperature  
Colour Rendering Index (CRI)  
Fitting 4-Pin Molex
Life Span  
Incandescent Equivalent  
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
Reviews
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works and fits great Easy to use and fit with the LED's, connect, plug in. And you're done! 26 October 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Faulty unit Unit received was faulty and stopped working. Processed an RMA and explained to Scan the situation even taking a video of the problem. Thankfully the RMA process was smooth and after a few days I had a new unit. The unit itself is easy to setup and once the lights are on the output can be adjusted with a variety of colours and effects. Overall its definately worth the money, There currently isn't any other specific type of light unit like this on the market that accepts a molex adapter that I am aware of so its worth the purchase. 21 October 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Average at best This little box in theory is great, a mantra of colours in your pc case, however, after only 2 days of use it gave up the ghost and would not allow me to alter the led lighting, extremely disappointing therefore I cannot recommend this product, 13 February 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by a great little device it can make your computer into a great little disco machine, it can make your lights dimmer to brighter from slow changing of color to fast strobbing. 09 October 2014
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Does there have to be a direct line of sight?

I am just wondering if the Reciever has to be in sight of the controller or if it can just be inside your case with no line of sight. My computer will be next to me on the desk if that helps!
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This should work with some interference between the remote and receiver.

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