This tape is the narrowest RGB tape available – at just 5mm wide it can even fit in our smallest ever Micro Aluminium channel. Dimmable and controllable via DMX or radio frequency controllers.
Our 900+ lumen RGB LED strip light tape is not only flexible, but extremely versatile, meaning it is ideal for use in the home, office or just about anywhere. Perfect for use in kitchen cupboards, ambient lighting pelmets and knock boards.
Whether it’s for illuminating a bedroom, up-lighting a workspace or adding a little colour to your kitchen, this product is suitable for just about any DIY project you have in mind and will give any project a unique, not to mention, eye catching finish.
It’s so easy to install due to its flexible physical size and the 3M adhesive tape on the reverse can be easily concealed. Our range of LED tape has been installed in thousands of locations and we offer one of the most comprehensive ranges of LED strip lighting on the market.
How Do I Connect?
Our RGB Tape needs to be connected directly to any of our RGB controllers so you can adjust between the colours. To connect from the Controller's receiver to a power supply you can use one of our Standard Range Drivers. For our Premium Range Drivers you can wire in directly via terminals located on the unit, but you will need some additional cable to bridge the gap, we suggest using our 2 core cable.
How Do I Extend?
You can use our RGB Connection Cables here or use 4 core cable to directly solder onto the LED tape.
What Driver do I need?
To work out what driver you will need for each length of LED you can simply multiply the wattage of the tape by the length of LED strip you will be using, this will give you the total wattage the LED strip requires, then simply choose a driver which is at least 10% above this figure.
For the TL023RGB72MINI tape the following drivers could be used:
Which profile can I use?
Click here to view our range of aluminium profiles capabale of housing this tape.
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all products should be installed by a technically competent person in accordance with BS7671 and all other local regulations.