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    Default Dave's 0~5V/0~10V DMX board

    I finally got around to beginning my lumia build. This is going to be several weeks or more in the making but at least I have broken ground. For cueing up my lumia motors, I have a DMX LED dimmer which is going to act as a speed control for the motors to go from about 0.2rpm to 0.6rpm. As far as the lasers go, they will be cued up using the DMX boards that Dave sells here: http://lasershowparts.com/store/inde...&productId=285

    This board is easy as a breeze to set up. I had been looking for something like this for a long time and I am glad that someone in our own backyard sells it. This, in conjunction with the "speed controller", will allow me to cue up every aspect of my lumia (speed, color and brightness), straight off Beyond cues. I shot a brief video of the board in action. The jumpiness of the blue has nothing to do with the DMX board, I just need to adjust the 0 bias on the driver. The DMX console is a cheap one too.

    This is an awesome board and it will get used well. Thanks for carrying these, Dave!

    Last edited by absolom7691; 01-04-2014 at 04:18.

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    Nice review and Nice board but I think I am going to state the obvious here "can't you do that already with the ilda connector on the flashback"

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    Sure but these are static lumias that I will be running, each with their own RGB laserset. These will be running in tandem with abstract projections so, the flashbacks will already be in use. I probably should have made that more clear.

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    Cheers Brian!

    Glad you like the board
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    Hi firend, That's how pretty you do it! Can you tell me Which drive IC did you use? Similar to the LPD6803 drive IC in the website as follows
    (http://www.ledlightmake.com/rgb-addr...rip-p-271.html)
    right ? Can we substituted The program code for that Mixer?

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