NO LONGER AVAILABLE. A REPLACEMENT IS PLANNED BUT NO DUE DATE IS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
Price was $AU250
- Quad (4)zone DC input (5V – 40V) (large screw terminals)
- 4x 30A blade(ATO automotive style) fuses (30A overall max per 15 channel zone)
- 60 DC outputs (5A max per channel)
- Output terminals arranged as V+, Ch, Ch, Ch (suits RGB)
- True isolated DMX input (2x RJ45 sockets for looping)
- Jumper for terminating DMX cable
- Remaining zone/s will continue working if other zone/s fuse blows or aren’t in use
- PCB size is 238mm x 115mm
- Supplied fully built and tested
- Upgradeable firmware (via ICSP header)
- Integrated test mode
- Jumpers for changing between LOR and ESTA network wiring
- 4 Zones of user selectable output voltage. Via pulse width control a lower voltage than the power supply can be output. 5V, 12V, 24V, 32V or 100% can be selected. This allows a common power supply to power lights of 4 different voltages
- Dipswitch selectable start address
A power supply (up to 4 can be connected), a USB-DMX dongle (or E1.31 to DMX bridge) and a computer (or Raspberry Pi running FPP) is what is needed to control Christmas lights.
Firmware updates are shown on the Support Information tab with details on how to update the firmware in the back of the user manual.
For testing I recommend using da_dmx or da_e131 from http://www.da-share.com/software/
Can be used with Light-O-Rama, LightShowPro, Vixen, Xlights or other sequencing softwares.
For more information on connecting and running Christmas lights visit http://auschristmaslighting.com and for the 1 step guide have a look at http://auschristmaslighting.com/wiki/AusChristmasLighting_101 or browse http://auschristmaslighting.com/wiki/Main_Page