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2020 Everything you want to know How to connect LED strip lights to LED Controller

This is a detailed all-inclusive guide on set up the color change (RGB) strip lights with the LED Controller. It has everything you need to know about how to set up the strip lights with LED Controller. It also points out the common mistakes that many people would make. It will show you how to connect a Magic Home LED Strip to your smart home setup, achieve the smart phone controlled your LED strip lights, voice controlled your LED strip lights by Alexa or Google Home.

.How to set up your strip light with LED Controller to either your Android or Apple device

.How to connect your LED strip lights to Amazon Alexa
.How to connect your LED strip light to Google Assistant
RGB Controller Instruction

How to set up your strip light with LED Controller to either your Android or Apple device 

Please connect all parts well before you plug in the power supply; otherwise, it will take a risk for the LED strip light burn out. Connect the LED controller to the LED strip light, so if you notice, there is a little tiny arrow on this controller. Those two arrows need to meet with each other. If you have it flipped around, the arrow is going to be at the bottom. Plug your power source into the wall and then plug your light into the control box.
LED Controller Instruction

Download APP
To use the Wi-Fi remote, we must first download an APP (Magic Home).
APP installation instructions:
Method 1: Search Magic Home Pro in “APP Store”, download the app accordingly. This is the APP that we want to use to control your strip lights.

Magic Home APP

Method 2: Download the APP by scanning the below QR code for free.

QR Code

 

There are three different ways to connect the controller after it has been connected to the power supply.

1. Wi-Fi mode:

Open the Magic Home Pro and add a device up at the plus button. It is connected light to Wi-Fi network.

add device

To create an account or sign in if you already have an account, register all you need is an email address and password only.

Creat an account

Find the Wi-Fi signal from the strip lights and can be found by looking for “ LEDnet******”signal. Please note that this LED Controller can not be used for the 5.0Ghz network, available for 2.4Ghz network.
Connect Wifi
Once it’s connected, you can rename your device to whatever you want so if you’re going to be putting this in your entertainment room your bedroom, or using this for voice commands with your Amazon Alexa or Google assistant; It is better naming it something easy to pronounce.

Connect device to Wifi

2. Remote control via Internet:

You can locate the Wi-Fi controller via the internet from anywhere in the world in Wi-Fi mode (connect mode(a)). Keep the Wi-Fi router online, no matter where you are , you still can control your lights with APP as long as there’s Wi-Fi/3G/4G internet for your smartphone.

Remote control via Internet

Remote setting

3. 1 to 1 Mode: 

Open mobile Wi-Fi network signal, find“ LEDnet******”signal and connect, then open Magic Home Pro APP for operation.

How to set up your strip light to Amazon Alexa

1.Create your Magic Home cloud account

To control your smart light with the Amazon Echo or control them remotely, you need to create a Magic Home cloud account and sign in
cloud account

2.Add your strip light and modify the name

Make sure there is at least one smart light in the device list, and enable your strip lights for remote control. On “Home” page, long press light to rename.

Creat account for alexa

3. Enable Alexa Skill

Download the Amazon Alexa app, open the Amazon Alexa app and under the skills section, search for the “ Magic Home” skill. The account and password must be the same as you created in Magic Home Pro APP.
enable alexa skill

4.Login and Discover Devices

Use your Magic Home cloud account in step 1 to sign in to “Magic Home” Skill. The next step is to discover your smart lights from Alexa App. You can say “Alexa, discover devices”. Once Alexa has completed discovering your smart lights, they will be shown in the Smart Home section in Alexa App.

  Amazo Alexa5.Control your light

Congratulation! You finish all setups. You can now control your lights by issuing voice commands.

Supported Commands:

These are some of the currently supported Alexa voice commands for the smart light.
Alexa, set [light name] to [0-100]%
Alexa, turn [ight name] on/off
Alexa, dim/brighten [light name]
Alexa, increase/decrease [light name]
Alexa, set the [light name] light to red
Alexa, change the [light name] to the color blue
Alexa, make the [light name] warm white
Alexa, change the [light name] to the cool white
Alexa, set the [light name] to daylight

Changing colors on your lights

Color Options for Alexa control of your smart device:
Blue             Orange            Crimson                Purple              Cyan
Red              Fuchsia            Salmon                 Gold                 Sky Blue
Green          Teal                  Lavender               Turquoise         Lime
Violet          Magenta          Yellow

 How to set up your strip light to Google Assistant

1.Create your Magic Home cloud account
To control your strip lights with Google Assistant or control them remotely you need to create a Magic Home cloud account and sign in.

cloud account

2. Add your light and modify the name 

Ensure at least one smart light in the device list, and enable your lights for remote control. On “Home” Page, long-press the light to rename.

Creat account for alexa

3. Add Home Control Action

Click “Home control” on “ Home” APP. Select “Magic Home Wi-Fi” The account and password must be the same as the one you created in Magic Home Pro APP.

Google Home App

4. Login with your app account

Enter your app account and password to finish the account linking. (Use the Magic Home
Cloud account you used on step 1). Your lights will be listed on “Home Control” interface.

Log in APP Control

5.Control Your light

Congratulation! You finish all setups. You can control your lights by issuing voice commands.

Say “Ok Google” or ” Hey Google”, then..

Turn on

Dim

Brighten

Set to [50%]

Dim/Brighten by [50%]

Turn [color]

Turn on/off all the lights

Is on?

Changing colors on your lights

Color Options for Google Home control of your smart device:
Blue             Orange            Crimson                Purple              Cyan
Red              Fuchsia            Salmon                 Gold                 Sky Blue
Green          Teal                  Lavender               Turquoise         Lime
Violet          Magenta          Yellow

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