I have 24 arches, each 40 pixels in length... for each group of 3 arches, I use one uSC controlling 120 pixels each.
To drive the 24 arches, I use 2 hubs -- each hub is located in the middle of 12 arches. To avoid long cables I have the first arch configured for "forward"... the next arch is "backward"... then forward, then backward... and so on.
I believe I made a mistake when I originally configured the backward uSCs... I had the backward uSC use the first channel in the block of addresses assigned to the uSC.
Is that right? should I instead use the first channel in the LAST pixel allocated to the uSC?
I have 10 pixels... I want to use the block of addresses 1-30.
I want to use 'backward' so that pixel 10 is first coming out of the uSC, pixel 9 is next, and so on...
should I configure the uSC to use:
A) channel #1 (the first channel in the block of addresses)
B) channel #30 (the last channel in the block of addresses)
C) channel #28 (the first channel in the last pixel)
I think my mistake was using channel #1 in my config.
I now think I should have used channel #28.
yeah... I could just try it out and see what happens.