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    Can anyone tell me if the Dragon Tiger DT25 driver has feedback for scanfail? I know it has some jumpers, but I've no idea what they are for.
    I'm looking into scanfail boards for my 2 smaller RGB's but before i get too far, I need to know if I can run one off my scanner driver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norty303 View Post
    Can anyone tell me if the Dragon Tiger DT25 driver has feedback for scanfail? I know it has some jumpers, but I've no idea what they are for.
    I'm looking into scanfail boards for my 2 smaller RGB's but before i get too far, I need to know if I can run one off my scanner driver.
    These are actually Raytrack drivers; when supplied by Raytrack the have a built in scanfail that piggybacks the main board.

    The piggyback pins are missing from the DTs but you can solder a lead in.


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    wow, thanks Doc

    I actually contacted Jian today and he said they didn't have feedback.

    So, if I solder on a header where you indicate, I'm good to go yeah?

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    Actually, I've just contacted JMLaser to see if they can supply the safety boards separately, might be a bit more elegant solution.

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    I don't see why not
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    Quote Originally Posted by norty303 View Post
    Actually, I've just contacted JMLaser to see if they can supply the safety boards separately, might be a bit more elegant solution.
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    Only downside is they don't seem to be able to handle targetted beams unless you switch off the scanfail... hmm...

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