Color Mixing Made Easy!
RGB LEDs are fixtures that have individual Red, Green, and Blue LEDs. So, in order to make other colors with an RGB fixture, you have to mix those three up in different ratios. Don’t worry, it is super easy! Just watch our video or reference the guide below.
How To Make Colors with LED Lights
- White: All colors at full brightness
- Orange: Red at full brightness, green just a little under half way, and no blue
- Light Blue: Red at around 30 percent of brightness, green up high at 80 percent, and blue at full brightness
- Magenta: Red and Blue at full brightness.
- Hot Pink: Red at 90 percent brightness, no green, and blue at 40 percent of brightness
- Yellow: Red and Green at full brightness.
- Light Pink: Red at 90 percent of its intensity, green and blue at 50 percent
- Cyan: Green and Blue at full brightness.
- Purple: Red and blue are all the way up, with green at 60 percent
- Pink Purple: Red at full brightness, green at 30, and blue at 90
- Brown: Too hard, don’t even try, plus why would you want to make a brown?
What About Amber LEDs?
Are you considering purchasing LEDs with amber? Adding amber to your color mix allows you to create warmer whites. Amber LEDs also enable you to make punchy pastel colors you wouldn’t otherwise be able to make.
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