I realize the RC relay was intended for use with RC receivers, but I have another application...
There are these very affordable WiFi LED controllers that use a PWM output to control LED strips, commonly R G B, and sometimes WW and CW (for Warm White and Cool White) I don't use the White channels currently, but would like to use them to control something else, via a relay. The problem is many of these LED controllers "ramp up" the brightness when you turn on a channel, as opposed to just going full on. This causes a problem if I simply attach a relay directly to the WW channel, as it ramps up to full brighness, the relay whines or "sings" prior to getting picked.
I would like to use your product to detect or learn when the WW channel gets to full brightness, and then pick the relay. Possible? I see there is a programing/learn function, but what I'm not fully aware of is how LED PWM control varies from RC receiver PWM output.
Thank you for your input.