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RGBWW LED Spot Module | 60° CRI90 24V DC MR16 Retrofits | Expert Class

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Each color (red, green, blue, warm white) can be controlled separately and is therefore suitable for use with any PWM dimmer on a 24V basis. Through different color mixtures can also be a cold white (approx.7000K). Thus, a color temperature spectrum of 2850 - 7000K coverable, as well as a continuous mixing of the individual colors

- White Balance Design
- Separate control of the color channels
- Stepless mixing of the individual colors
- Fits into existing MR16 lamp housings
- Integrated optics and heatsinks,reflector desgin.
- High-quality aluminum housing
- For electrical parallel connection
- five-pole connection cable with a length of 50 mm

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24V RGBWW LED Spot Module | Expert Class


TILLUME RGBWW-LED spot is the perfect solution for accent and effect lighting as well as for daily use in any installation situation. Whether private, commercial or event application - the RGBWW spot can be used in many ways.

R,G,B had designed a suitable brightness to support white balance. When Red, Green and Bulb Light Channel turn on 100%, the mixtured light is White Color.

The functions can be optimally combined with a suitable KNX, DMX or Realize DALI dimmers. In addition, the spots are also suitable for PWM dimmers from Loxone, Homematic and Dresden Electronics.

Another advantage is the compact design of the spot, because it can easily be used in a conventional recessed spotlight/mounting ring for MR16 lamps. Due to the incomparably compact aluminum housing, which also serves as a heat sink, the spot module is perfect for use as a retrofit solution when converting an existing 12V to 24V system.

Technical Data

RGBW LED MR16 Spot Module 31345

Operating voltage: 24V DC
Max. current consumption: 0.31 A
Max. power consumption: 7.5 W (combined)
Luminous flux: approx. 400 lm (combined)
CCT:  2850K @ Warm White Channel and 5000K @ RGBW all Channel on
Color rendering index CRI: >90 Ra (WW Channel)
Beam angle: 60 degrees
Dimmable: Yes, up to 1% with the appropriate PWM dimmers
Chip type: COB
lifetime: >50,000 hours
Operating temperature: -25 degrees Celsius to +60 degrees Celsius
Storage temperature: -40 degrees Celsius to +80 degrees Celsius
Dimensions: 50 mm with a diameter of 49 mm
Connecting cable: 5 wires and 50 mm length

Operated With KNX System


Avaliable for the item as below

Operated With DALI System

Controller by LUNATONE

Avaliable for the item as below
DALI 3Ch LED Dimmer (CV, DT6) :
89453828 (4A)
89453834 (8A)

86459571 (10A)

89453831 (16A)

89453831-HS (16A DIN Rail)

DALI 3Ch LED Dimmer (CV, DT6)
89453835 (8A)

86459560 (10A)

89453832 (16A)

89453832-HS (16A, DIN rail)

89453837 (4A)

86458514 (8A)

89453839 (10A)

89453842 (16A)

89453842-HS (16A DIN Rail)

86458509 (8A)

89453840 (10A)

89453843 (16A)

89453843-HS (16A, DIN Rail)

24V LED MR16 RGBW Spot Features


Premium RGBW COB LED inside


First of all, we can compare the picture on the right. TILLUME RGBW COB can be seen differently in the size and chip arrangement. A larger volume means more LEDs can be placed, not only brightness but also heat dissipation will be perfect. The uniform distribution of Red, Green and Blue three-color LEDs can make the light emission more uniform.

Achieving very high quality is not easy, we are not only careful in material selection, but also in the manufacturing process. Because of this, our 24V LED RGBW Spot is guaranteed to have an industry-leading level in luminous efficiency, color rendering, and Red, Green, and Blue light brightness levels, and is unique.

The price of RGBW LED light in the market is not cheap. Without the characteristics of stability and long life, it must be uneconomical for consumers and a waste of environmental resources. Therefore, we dare not be lazy, and every detail has been designed, tested, and verified repeatedly so that the performance and reliability of our COB are much higher than those of conventional products on the market.

Perfect Light Mixing As Always

For LED multi-color Spot Module, the poor light mixing effect is always an industry problem. With years of development of technology, TILLUME has solved this problem very well. It follows the light mixing technology of TILLUME LED DTW Spots and improves it on this basis. So that our RGB mixing effect will not appear striped light color layering, it can be better used in the dimming and color matching scene construction using KNX, DALI, and DMX control systems.

Why do we always meticulously perfect our LED 24V RGBW Spot?

We can imagine that if the multi-color LED does not have a perfect effect on color mixing, then the LED RGBW Spot Module cannot be called Full Color Light, and there are really only three colors Red, Green, and Blue light. Because you can only adjust one of these 3 colors to use, the other mixed lights will not be able to be used in practice because of poor results. Then your Home Automatic System that has spent a lot of money to upgrade will be greatly discounted.

RGB White Balance Support

An 8W LED, if it is made of Red, Green, Blue, and White 4 colors of light, we can easily calculate that the 4 colors of the LED can only be divided into about 2W of power. When we only light up white light, then its power will be very low, which will lead to insufficient white light brightness, so LED RGBW lights can only be used as ambient lights, but not for basic lighting. Therefore, when we designed LED 24V RGBW Spot Module, we especially considered this situation, and performed basic white balance processing on the LED RGBW Spot, so that it can emit white light when the 4 colors are fully bright, which can be used as basic lighting.


TILLUME White Balance LED RGB Spot



We know that some lighting control systems have white balance control functions, but relying on software to implement them is not an effective solution, because the three-color mixing technology of Red, Green, and Blue has strict requirements on the brightness ratio. LEDs of other brands usually do not consider this problem, but simply assign the same power to LEDs of different colors, which leads to the problem that there is a big difference between the software color and the actual light when using software control. However, the COB designed by TILLUME does not have this problem. We spent a long time researching the Red, Green, and Blue LED Chips, and finally found an optimal solution to the actual hardware's own white balance capability, even if your control software does not have a white balance function. TILLUME LED RGBW Spot can also achieve the effect of mixing Red, Green, and Blue light into white light. This makes our LED RGBW Spot a better fit.

Here at TILLUME LEDs, we try to make LED lighting easy to understand for our customers. Read below to understand the terminology used on this website and learn about LEDs and lighting science

General Lighting parameters

What are lumens (lm)?

Lumen is the measurement value of brightness. It said the power of light which can be seen by the eye. In fact, light is an electromagnetic wave, In common the frequency of electromagnetic waves that the average human eye can perceive is 380~750THz, and the wavelength is between 780~380nm. So we can say the total watt of light in 380nm-780nm is equal to the lumen

Lighting spectrum


Because incandescent lighting have the same energy conversion efficiency by different manufacturers, we are all accustomed to using watts to measure the brightness of a light. That is no problem with incandescent lighting. But it is not suitable for LED. Different manufacturers using different technology and quality level, the energy conversion efficiency will be a big difference, low quality may be 60-70lm/w, and the high quality will be 100-120lm/w for the same lamp. So we have to use lumen. Lumen is the most important parameter when choosing the LED light you need. Comparing lumen output between different products will help you to buy the right LED lamp at a reasonable price.

What is AC?

This is Alternating Current. This is the electricity that is used in most spaces. Generally, there have to 2 kinds of voltage in different countries all over the world. One is 220-240V, and the other is 110-130V. The value of voltage we said is a valid value the voltage value is different each time. It looks the same as a sine wave.

alternating current sine wave photo

From the picture, we can know the highest voltage is 311V, and 220V is near the avg value(you can understand it as simple). In developed countries, the voltage is stable. But in some developing countries, it usually is not stable due to weak basic power facilities. It may be a higher voltage or lower voltage than the rated voltage.

What are DC and safety voltage?

This is Direct Current. The current always moves in the same direction. So when the device asks for direct current, we need to connect wires as positive and negative electrodes. Safe voltage refers to the voltage that will not cause direct death or disability. The industry stipulates that the safe voltage is not higher than 36V, and the continuous contact safe voltage is 24V.

What is a Watt?

One watt is equivalent to one joule per second, and it's a measure of power consumption that your power company uses to calculate how much energy you're consuming. In the LED era, power cannot be used as a parameter to evaluate whether the light bulb is bright enough, because the better the LED, the more lumens can be emitted with less power.

What is luminous efficacy?

It is the result of dividing lumen by power. The higher the value, the higher the energy conversion efficiency. The figure below shows the new Erp's regulations on energy efficiency labels. We can see that the higher the light efficiency, the more energy saving

You can check the New Erp labeling regulations

What is CRI and why is it important?

CRI is an acronym for Color Rendering Index, when we want to know how colors look under a sunlight source, CRI is an important parameter. The higher the CRI value, the closer the color of the object being illuminated is to its true color. CRI is measured from 0 to 100. CRI80+ is the industry standard for most applications while CRI90+ is a premium level that can show your home, clothing, and furnishing look best.

cri of LED

What is color temperature?

Color temperature is a unit of measurement that expresses the color components contained in light, we also call it CCT as an abbreviation. The concept is based on a fictional black object that emits light of different colors when heated to different temperatures, and the object appears in different colors. Just like when you heat a block of iron, it first turns red, then yellow, and finally white. And it is measured in Kelvins(K).
LED lights fall in a spectrum between 2000K and 6500K. 2200K looks like a Candlelight, 2850K is the same as a standard Incandescent lamp, and 6500K is nearly the color of the noon sky.
Wider CCT adjust range in TILLUME

What is Beam Angle?

The angle formed from the main axis with the strongest light source intensity to the 50% position of the luminous intensity on both sides is the so-called beam angle.

beam angle of LED spot

For the same light source, if the beam angle is larger, the central light intensity will be smaller, and the light spot will be softer. If the beam angle is smaller, the central light spot will be stronger and the light spot will be clearer.


Professional lighting knowledge

What is the difference between CIE and TM-30 standards?

The CIE is a European Standard that evaluates the color rendering of the light source as Ra or CRI. TM-30 is the US method for Evaluating Light Source Color Rendition as Rf and Rg.
  • TM-30 using 99 sample colors to evaluate the color rendering parameters of light sources.
  • CIE using 8 or 15 sample colors to evaluate the color rendering performance.
So TM-30 Standard is higher than CIE. If you want to buy premium lighting, we need to use TM-30 to check.
CRI and TM-30 are different

Besides CRI, you also need to care about Rg and Rf

Rf is Color Fidelity Index, it is from 0 to 100, it is similar to CRI, but it uses 99 sample colors. Rf =100 is the maximum value, which means that there is no color difference with the color under the natural light source, and the color effect is realistic. 

The color saturation Rg is used to characterize the color gamut index GAI (Gamut Area Index) of the light source, that is, the saturation degree of each standard color compared with the reference light source under the illumination of the test light source. The index of 100 represents the best saturation.

    • Rg = 100, which means that the saturation of the light source is the same as that of natural light, and the color saturation is moderate
    • Rg>100, which means that the light source can increase the saturation of the color, and the object looks more vivid and vibrant
    • Rg<100, which means that the saturation of the color will be reduced under the test light source, the color saturation will be insufficient, and the object will become dull and dull

Why do my lights have different colors, What is SDCM?

SDCM is a unit of measurement for color tolerance. It is also an abbreviation for Standard Deviation of Color Matching.

Color tolerance refers to the difference between the formula calculated by the computer and the target standard. It is calculated under a single lighting source. The smaller the value, the higher the accuracy.

Relevant standards require that SDCM should be less than 6, and usually, high-quality light sources can reach 3 and below

Different SDCM Effect


What is Binning?

Simply put, binning is the process of grouping LEDs during production so that they matched with LEDs of the same color sector. For example, all 2700K chips are ‘binned’ together and are separated from chips that have a higher/lower color temperature. Learn more about Binning here.

If LED are binned together with a very narrow CCT range, Lighting color consistency will be good

What is the voltage drop?

When installing LED strips or other DC-powered fixtures, be sure to consider the effect of "voltage drop". In a DC circuit, the voltage drops gradually as it passes through a length of wire, and the longer the line, the greater the voltage drop. Therefore, for each meter of wire, the available voltage decreases gradually along the length of the wire. This is also why one end of the strip light is brighter than the other.

What is peak current?

Someone also called it Inrush Current

The peak current generally refers to the transient high-amplitude current signal that appears in the power supply line or electronic circuit. It may be generated when the power supply is started or turned off, or it may be the interference caused by other equipment. Electrical appliances and electronic equipment must take various measures to suppress the peak current and make the equipment work stably.

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