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After several months of design & development effort we are very pleased to announce the launch of our new and improved web site www.LEDsDecor.com.au. The upgraded and updated site was developed keeping user experience in mind. We constantly hear our customers and we value their feedback and suggestions.


  • By guest, March 12, 2012 @ 9:58 pm

    I have purchased a led light dimmer with remote control. will the remote work if the controller is located in a kitchen cupboard or does controller have to be in line of sight

  • By VOLKA Lighting, March 12, 2012 @ 10:00 pm

    The answer depends on what kind of controller you bought. In general remotes could be split into two category IR (Infra-Red) and RF (Radio Frequency).

    The IR controllers use a light beam from invisible specter to transmit signal. The light beam is relatively vulnerable and could be easily blocked by an obstacle as small as book or magazine. The principle is similar to a TV remote operation. If there is something between you and TV, your remote might not work or work intermittently. Operation distance for the IR remotes vary from 4-10 meters.

    On the other side RF controllers operate on Radio waves that easily penetrate even thick concrete walls. Depending on the power of the RF signal receiver could be on the other end of your house. However, RF controllers require more power and usually are more expensive.

    In summary: If your dimmer/controller is IR based, receiver and remote must be within visible distance and don’t have obstacles in between.

    RF controllers will operate over much longer distance and don’t bother about receiver location. It could be in your kitchen cupboard or even in another room.

  • By guest, March 15, 2012 @ 12:16 pm

    Hi, I intend to buy RGB led lighting strips, transformers, wiring, controls etc for my home cinema lighting design. However I am concerned that the LEd lights may be too bright once installed. Are you able to provide advice?

  • By VOLKA Lighting, March 15, 2012 @ 12:18 pm

    You can control brightness of the LEDs with a RGB controller. Be aware that not all controller models have dimming function, so before you buy a set let us know your requirements and we recommend you an appropriate model. This one I would recommend you for the project: http://volkalighting.com.au/ledstore/products/LED-Controller-RGB-with-20-key-RF-Remote-3-Channel-Aluminium-Casing.html

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  • By Peter D, June 4, 2012 @ 10:25 pm

    Hi, Recently I bought one of your UV LED strips, unfortunately it is very dull. I have other 5050 lighting and it would be at least 10 times brighter.
    Can you please advise if there is anything I can check? I definitely have power going to it correctly and using same power supply as my other lights.

  • By VOLKA Lighting, June 4, 2012 @ 10:36 pm

    The Ultraviolet (UV) lights that you bought are not very bright because significant portion of the LED’s energy is emitted in invisible (ultraviolet) zone of the lighting specter. Sometime it also called “black light” and that’s what cause some of the materials to fluoresce or glow. Very effective.

    I don’t think there is a way to make it brighter by raising current or any other method, this is just a nature of this type of LEDs.

  • By Sand, September 27, 2012 @ 10:57 pm

    I am looking for under cabinet lights for my kitchen. I found LED light bar with touch switch
    100cm on your website. I am wondering if its bright enough for my kitchen? The cabinets are 70cm above the worktop.

  • By VOLKA Lighting, September 28, 2012 @ 6:51 am

    The LED bars you are looking at are specifically designed for the task lighting like kitchen or work desk lighting and deliver sufficient illumination for even fine jobs.
    If needed these bars can be stacked in lines up to 3m long.
    Special interconnect cable allows you to install bars on both sides of a rangehood, so they can run from single power adapter.

    Hope it helps.

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