How to control multiple light strips with one remote?

Since LED lights have grown into popularity in recent years due to their flexibility, and cost-efficiency, most interior designers are using creative LED strip lights decoration ideas to give your home an extraordinary and absolutely breath-taking mood and atmosphere. Such as illuminating the stairways, the ceiling, the TV backdrop, the vanity mirror, kitchen cabinets or the living room. However, when you add 2 or more light strips into your big living room, there may have 2 or more remote controllers, but if you only want to use one remote to control all the light strips in one space, how can you do?


For the RF remote control lights, you can use one remote to control multiple lights. But for IR remote control lights, due to its directional characteristics of IR receiver, you may not control all strip lights at the same time through one remote.


Here's the tips to control multiple for RF remote controller light strips with one remote.

1. For our RGB strip lights, it's a 44 keys RF remote controller.

You can decode the remote control to its light by clicking the button Fade 7. You need to decode them one by one, then all remote controllers can control all lights, in another word, 1 controller can control all lights.

You can recode the light strips by unpluging these light strips, and plug in, then immediately long press the JUMP 3, within 5 seconds and see if the light blinks. Then you can only use one remote to control all the light strips.

2. For our tunable white strip lights, it's another type of RF remote controller.

For decode the remote and light strips, power the light on, and long press DOWN-RIGHT (100% cool white) button immediately, within 5 seconds, the light will get flashing, which means that we decoded the remote control. You need to decode the light one by one, and then you can just use any remote to control all the lights.

For recode the remote and light strips, power the light on, and long press DOWN-LEFT (100% warm white) button immediately, within 5 seconds, the light will get flashing, which means that we recoded the remote control. Then you can only use one remote to control all the lights.


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  • Greg Harris on

    When l switch on my Novostella tunable white LEDs the remote control also switches on another LED strip (made by another manufacturer) in another room some distance away.
    Is there any way l can prevent this from happening?
    Thanks


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