Faily new to the smart LED stuff, but I'm purchasing these FCOB CCT IC White Lights from BT Lighting:www.btf-lighting.comFCOB CCT IC LED Light Strip Addressable 576 LEDs 2700K to 6500K 10mm DC24V Flexible High Density COB RA90Shipping Policy Notice: Customers should take care of the clearance and customs duties. Specification:Input Voltage: DC24V.IC type: FCOB CCT WS2811 IC.Color: 2700K to 6500K.Wattage: 10W/m.FPCB width: 10mm.LED quantity: 576 LEDs/M.Cutting length: every 83.33mm.Color Rendering Index: Ra＞90Operation temperature: -20℃-+45℃I was wondering if the Athom WLED controller could be used to change the CCT with these lights.I'm specifically looking at this controller: www.athom.techWLED RGBCCT Analog and Digital Light Strip Controller | athomRGBCCT Analog and Addressable Digital Strip Controller. This WLED controller support both analog and addressable stripBuild in ESP8285 chipset with 2M flash • Working voltage: DC5-24V• Output channel: RGBCCT and 1CH Addressable • Output current: 16A•Max 384W PWM GPIO R：GPIO5 G：GPIO13 B：GPIO14 CW：GPIO4 WW：GPIO12 DATA：GPIO1 Button：GPIO0 IR：GPIO2 Because the output voltage specifications are not listed on the web page, I'm guessing VCC out is only 5V or does it match the input voltage? I queried the WLED page to see how this software deals with IC LEDs -- here is the reference: https://kno.wled.ge/features/cct/#ic-cctIt looks like WLED needs to be compiled with some feature flags to allow this (I'm guessing). Is the WLED version used within this controller compiled with this feature flag?Thanks for any input you may have?