Bluetooth RGBW LED Strip Lighting Smartphone Controller & Remote

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An amazingly compact bluetooth-enabled RGBW LED strip light controller designed to provide powerful control over ColourStrip RGBW LED Tape using either a smartphone or the remote control included. Simple to install and use, just plug in and download the free app for your iOS or Android device to allow full control over colour and programme selection.


  • Snap-fit connectors for quick, solder-free connection 
  • Suitable for up to 10m of ColourStrip RGBW LED strip
  • Remote control included
  • Free ColorEasy4 application available for iOS and Android

Download the ColorEasy4 Plus app for free:

Connecting to your RGBW LED strip

The CSC16 Bluetooth Control uses the same simple connector as ColourStrip connecting cables to join to the LED strip. See our Guide To ColourStrip RGBW for more information.

The LED strip should be inserted into the connector so that the +ve line (identified by the +24V marking on the LED strip) is lined up with the BLACK lead from the controller. Open the clip top on the connector and push the strip into the slot until it stops. Close the connector and ensure it is snapped firmly closed.

Controller set up

1) Download the control app, available free of charge from the App stores. Just search for ‘ColorEasy4 Plus’. It’s available for both iOS and Android devices.

2) You will need to pair your bluetooth device with the bluetooth LED strip controller before the app can work with it. At each power on, the controller will enter pairing mode for 90 seconds and the indicator light will flash blue and yellow. In this period, enter the bluetooth settings on your device and look for the name ‘LED-XXX’ where ‘XXX’ is the serial number of your controller. Select it to connect.

Note: An unpaired smart device can only discover the bluetooth controller in this initial 90 second period. To enter the pairing mode again you will need to power off  the bluetooth LED controller and start again.

Bluetooth Auto-Reconnect

The default setting of the CSC-BTC controller is to auto reconnect to the last paired bluetooth device when switched on. This can be disabled within the ColorEasy4 App settings page.

Status Indicators

Blue fast flash Starting up
Blue/yellow fast flash Waiting to pair
Blue with yellow short flash Bluetooth connected
Steady blue Bluetooth disconnected
White flash three times New remote controller paired
Short single white flash New command received
Red flash Overload protected
Yellow flash Overheat protected

Using the remote control

The optional hand-held remote can be used to switch the controller on/off and to select presets from the ColorEasy4 app. The remote control needs to be paired to the bluetooth RGBW LED control before it can be used.

Setting up the remote:

  1. Make sure the remote controller function is enabled on the App settings page using a smart device.

  2. Power off  the controller for at least 5 seconds before powering on again.

  3. Within 5 seconds press the on/off  and down keys at the same time.

  4. The indicator light will ash white three times to show it has recognised the remote control.

  5. You can pair a maximum of five remotes to a single bluetooth controller.

  6. Switch between colours and modes on the App using the up/down keys on the remote control.


  • Input Voltage : 6V - 24V
  • Output Current : 3 x 2.5A + 4A
  • Connection : Bluetooth
  • Remote : RF Wireless
  • Remote Band : 433.92MHz
  • IP Rating : IP63
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  • Is this controller compatible with 12v led RGBW tape? The specs do not mention voltage/current etc.

    Hello, yes this controller will work with 12V RGBW tape. It's worth noting that the line order for the snap on connector is +ve, W, G, R, B. If that doesn't match the LED strip you're using you'll have to remove the connector and wire it accordingly, otherwise some of the colours will be mixed up.