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12V RF Multi Zone Single Color 300 LED Strips Kit

CODE: MZSCKIT

$75.00

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RF Multi Zone Single Color LED Strips Kit

The basic kit comes with 1 5m 300 LED Single Color Strip + 1 Multi Zone remote + 1 Multi Zone controller + 1 power supply. Multiple Strips are displayed to illustrate that you can control several units with one remote. You can customize your kit using the drop down menus above.

The most advanced, best solution for your in-house lighting is here! The RF Multi Zone Single Color LED Strips Kit from LED Montreal allows you to operate all your single color LED strips with only one RF remote. This is the best money-saving, eco-friendly, reliable and simple option there is to control your whole lighting system while being able to keep that look from traditional lighting that you love so much!

One simple remote to control everything.
The Multi Zone RF remote operates on 2.4 GHz frequency, giving it a range of at least 20 meters and the RF signal doesn’t require you to point at the controller. The center touchpad gives you control over the brightness of your lighting (up-down). You can also assign an unlimited amount of RF single color strips to whichever one of the 4 available zones.

You can combine the following items in your kit:
3528 single color LED Strips:
Affordable and bright, they feature 300 LEDs and come as 5m strips. They are splash resistant and self adhesive. They’re available in cool white (6000K), warm white (3200K), red, green or blue and you can combine up to 20m per controller
5050 single color LED Strips:
Those are similar to the 3528 but have brighter better quality chips. They’re available in cool white (6000K), warm white (3200K) or UV black light and you can combine up to 10m per controller.

Want the light to turn on automatically when someone's around? Use the PIR Motion Detector with your LED Strip bundle, it's a super effective add-on piece!

Use of Adhesive Tape
If you're planning on installing your LED strip sideways or upside down, we strongly suggest using extra adhesive such as the Double Sided 3M 9495LE Tape for LED Strips. For porous surfaces, outdoor usage, wet and marine environments or usage with IP 68 strips, we suggest using the Double Sided 3M Acrylic Tape for LED Strips. WARNING: Do not use the Double Sided 3M Acrylic Tape on 3014 LED Strips or for more than 4 consecutive hours at full intensity (or commercially used) 5050 Led Strips, as there could be a risk of damage to the LED strip.

The 4 Zone set up is just awesome and so convenient!
A few examples:
•  Control the lighting in your kitchen on Zone 1, your bedroom on Zone 2, your living room on Zone 3 and your recreation room on Zone 4.
•  Divide a room in two zones and control one side with Zone 1 and the other side using Zone 2.
•  Alternatively, you could set up the whole house on a single zone and have all your strips turn on and off in sync... that’s how powerful and versatile this kit is!

Adding on to a Zone is easy!
For a new product or a product that has never been linked before:

  1. Disconnect the power supply from the controller (for LED Strips) to switch off the light(s) you want to program.
  2. Turn the light back on and within 3 seconds; press the ON (│) button of the zone you want to assign (1 to 4) on the remote control. 
  3. The light will slowly flash 3 times to indicate that it was successfully linked.

You can repeat this procedure for each light product you want to add to your Zone.

Change a light from one zone to another.
If the light you want to add to a zone was previously assigned to a different one, you will first need to unlink that light.

  1. Identify which zone the light is currently assigned to.
  2. Disconnect the power supply to turn off the light(s) you want to program. 
  3. Power the light back on and within 3 seconds; press the ON button of the previously assigned zone 5 times quickly.
  4. You can then proceed and program your light according to the add-on procedure outlined above.

For extensive instructions on how to install your Multi-Zone setup, VISIT THIS PAGE.


Your power sources.
Please note that although you can sync and control an unlimited amount of LED Strips in each Zone, make sure that you have a power outlet available for each 20 meters of 3528 LED Strip within the same zone (or each 10m of 5050 LED Strip).  For example, if you wish to light up your favorite room with 30 meters of 3528 LED Strips, your kit should connect as follow:

Circuit 1: 1-10A Power supply, 1- T shape connector, 1- RF Controller, 4- 5m spools of 3528 LED Strips
Circuit 2: 1- 6A Power supply, 1- RF Controller, 2- 5m spools of 3528 LED Strips

Configuration for 20 meters of single color 3528 LED Strip:
20 meters is the maximum length of 3528 LED strip yhat you can connect on a single circuit. You have to connect 2 strips (10m) on the left output and 2 strips (10m) on the right output. You can't connect 3 or 4 strips one after the other on the same output, the tension on the circuit will be too high and you will damage your strips.

Configuration for 15 meters single color 3528 LED Strip:
You have to connect 2 strips (10m) on one side and 1 strip (5m) on the other. You can't connect 3 or 4 strips one after the other on the same output, the tension on the circuit will be too high and you will damage your strips.

Configuration for 10 meters of single color 5050 LED Strip:
The MultiZone controller has 2 outputs. You have to connect 1 strip (5m) on one output of the controller and 1 strip (5m) on the other one. You can't connect more than one strip of single color 5050 on the same output, the tension on the circuit will be too high and you will damage your strips. Note that for 10m of single color 3528 LED strip, it is preferable to split the circuit in the middle and have one strip on each side.

For every 15m-20m 3528 kit or 10m 5050 kit, your package will include a Y shape splitter, which you need in order to split your circuit as evenly as possible. On longer circuits like these, the light might tend to get dim on the ends if power isn't distributed evenly.


As always, our team of experts is available should you have any questions or require assistance putting your project together.

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