RGB LEDs consist of one red, one green, and one blue LED. By independently attenuating each of the three, RGB LEDs are capable of producing a wide colour gamut.
RGB LEDs can form White light by mixing differently coloured lights; the most common method is to use red, green, and blue. Hence the method is called multi-colour white LED. Because these need electronic circuits to control the blending and diffusion of different colours, and because the individual colour LEDs typically have slightly different emission patterns (leading to variation of the colour depending on direction) even if they are made as a single unit, these are seldom used to produce white lighting. Nonetheless, this method has many applications because of the flexibility of mixing different colours, and in principle, this mechanism also has higher quantum efficiency in producing white light.
Our RGB LEDs systems can be controlled through DMX or DALI systems, even with a mobile device using an App and connecting the light to a Wi-Fi network.