Under Cabinet Kitchen Light Replacement
I need to replace my under-cabinet kitchen lights with a white-only, 4000K system. I need to install a new over-cabinet light strip, color with standalone white (RGBW), and Bluetooth might work nicely.
The reference document is here: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s102/sh/60b63539-5bda-de6b-3bd8-da7adbed18d2/63457905b12ae060428f710e1f94635a
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Currently, we do not have a 4000K LED strip light product in 12V. The closest match available is the 4000K 24V CENTRIC DAYLIGHT™ LED Strip Lights for Commercial & Retail. For reference, this is the same product within the specification sheet shared in your document (PN3004.40).
We can also confirm that the product is compatible with in-wall dimmers when using an in-wall power supply. In order to evenly light the corners, we would suggest installing the lights within channels such as the ‘Flat’ version of our Aluminum Channel for LED Flex Strip.
Though not a direct match for the specified color temperatures, the closest option that we have available is our 12V FilmGrade™ FiveSpect 5-in-1 LED Strip Lights, also available in 24V. This product is able to offer RGB as well as Tungsten and Daylight color temperatures (2700K, 6500K).
In order to adjust the individual color channels, we suggest a combination of the FilmGrade™ DMX LED Dimmer & Decoder with 5 Channel Output and a third-party controller. Although we do not currently have a Bluetooth or wireless remote that can be used with the product, there are likely options available elsewhere, such as TP Link.
It might also be helpful to know that our 12V LED strip lights have a maximum combined length of 16.4 ft (5 meters), and our 24V LED strip lights have a maximum combined length of 32.8 ft. For a 12V installation, we would recommend installing two 12V lengths in parallel to a central power supply capable of providing the watts required such as our TRIAC Dimmable Power Supply for LED Strip.
As the FiveSpect product draws different amounts of power depending on the color channels being illuminated, you might find value in the product specification sheet for selecting the ideal power supply for your installation.
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