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Thank you for your response. Is it correct that you can add 2 differential receiver boards to this controller?

Trying to understand the power limitations here. The F16v3 is limited to 30 amps per side, with the 20 percent rule, but by purchasing the differential receiver board, you can expand that 60 amp limit? If so, by how much? If not, what could you do?

Quote from: Cam on January 14, 2017, 08:46:16 AMTrying to understand the power limitations here. The F16v3 is limited to 30 amps per side, with the 20 percent rule, but by purchasing the differential receiver board, you can expand that 60 amp limit? If so, by how much? If not, what could you do?In addition to what others have already said, let me try to summarize:As you already noted, the main board has 2 banks of 8 ports, 30a per bank for a total of 60a on the main board.There are two different types of expansion board. The standard expansion and the differential expansion. The differential expansion board works together with 1-4 differential receiver boards.The standard expansion board adds 2 more banks of 8 ports, 30a per bank giving an additional 60a or 120a for both main board plus 1 standard expansion board.The F16V3 supports a 2nd expansion board, adding 2 more banks of 8 ports, 30a per bank, giving an additional 60a or 180a for main board plus 2 standard expansion boards.The Differential expansion board has no power distribution. Instead, it drives 4 remote Differential Receiver boards and each of those has 4 ports and a 30a power connector. BUT, each of the 4 ports is fused at 5a so each differential receiver board is capable of powering 20a of pixels. Thus, 4 differential receivers yields an additional 80a beyond the main board. Since the F16V3 supports 2 expansion boards, you could have up to two differential expansion boards with up to 8 differential receivers. Thats a total of 160a in addition to the main board of 60a for a grand total of 220a maximum pixel power capability.The F16V2 expansion works the same as the V3 except that the V2 only supports 1 expansion board that can be either standard expansion or differential expansion for a grand total of either 60a+60a=120a with standard expansion or 60a+80a=140a with differential expansion.

I just realized I may may have made the F16V2/F16V3 system a bit complicated.