I want to make sure that my logic is correct and this would work.
I'm trying to control 5, 16.4' LED strips of 5050 RGB SMD's at 60 LEDs/m or 300/strip. I want all of them to be ran off the single controller.
I believe my 360w power supply would be enough (extreme overkill?). I came up with an idea to use terminal blocks to run the LEDs as opposed to direct connecting them to the signal amplifier. The purpose of this was so that I can use ring terminals to connect two of the LED strips to the terminal block, then have one set of wires running to the amplifier.
I plan to run the output from the controller to another terminal block and connect the
signal/power amplifiers to that. The RF controller has the power to run a single 5050 strip on its own so I figure I would directly connect it to this terminal block.
In case you can't see it in the photo:
LED Specs are 60w max per strip, 8.64 watts/meter operating wattage or 43.2w/single strip. My diagram shows this wrong.
RGB Controller is a 12-24v/12A output, 12v input
Power supply is a Regulated Switching, 3-channel, 360w power supply, 12v/30A output.
Extra large diagram link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/q7kdv4amaaidg03/LED-Diagram.png?dl=0