I apologize for this very stupid question, but I'm diving head-first into electronics and I am sort of confused. I'm hoping some experts' answers will at least give me more terminology, concepts, and electronics to look up and study (LOL).
What kind of RGB LEDs exist that you can combine 160 of them into a light fixture that runs at maximum 130 W? All of the RGB (or RGBW) LEDs I see run at about 9-14 V per diode (like CREE XPE2 or XMLs, or even 5mm RGD LEDs), which makes sense because each LED generally about 3V it seems. A 130 W fixture with 160 RGB LEDs means about 0.8W per LED...so with my limited understanding, what am I missing? (Again, I apologize for this kind of ignorant question.)
I'm not trying to build this light, I'm just trying to understand how you could combine 160 LEDs into a light that's rated by the manufacturer at 130W. I am building my own light, but it's not a replica of this one...this is just a point of trying to understand RGB LEDs better.