Collection: RGBWW Panels

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  • Dracast LED500 X-Series Smart LED Panel
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  • Dracast LED3000 Kala Plus Series RGBWW LED Panel
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  • Dracast LED4000 Kala Plus Series RGBWW LED Panel
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  • Dracast LED5000 Kala Plus Series RGBWW LED Panel
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  • Dracast LED2000 TrueColor Palette Series
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  • Dracast LED4000 TrueColor Palette Series
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What´s the difference between RGB, RGBW and RGBWW?

RGBW vs RGBWW

RGBW LED´s has been around for a while now and has opened the door to previously unheard-of lighting possibilities, which offfers you a wide range of customisable colors.  In response to popular demand though, there’s now a new kid on the block, RGBWW, which adds an extra white chip into the mix. Why might you need this? Read on..

What´s the difference between RGBW and RGBWW LED´s?

Standard RGBW LED´s use a 4-in1 LED Chip made up of red, blue, green and White Chips. It can produce a wide range of colors by mixing the four and looks almost white with all at full brightness. RGBWW LED´s uses either a 5-in1 LED Chip that also has a white Chip more. So total red, blue, green, cold white and warm white.

Why would you want an extra Warm White and White Chip?

Although RGB and RGBW can produce a colour close to white, a dedicated white LED provides a much purer white tone and allows you the option of an extra warm or cold white chip. The extra white chip also provides extra scope for colour mixing with the RGB chips to create a huge range of unique shades. 

Which is better?

The better choice is really down to the application. If all you’re after are basic RGB colours with no requirement for pure white then basic RGB LED´s are generally more cost effective and efficient. However for those looking for the option of white and RGB colours, as well as a mix of both, then RGBW is a better bet. But is you want to get the different bright of white color. The RGBWW will be a best choice in terms of possibilities.

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