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Re: uAmp, uSC and Afterburner After Co-Op Sale is ON
« Reply #15 on: October 10, 2018, 01:18:05 PM »
Corey, When will you be posting the Co-op for the uAmps?  I need at least 30.

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Re: uAmp, uSC and Afterburner After Co-Op Sale is ON
« Reply #16 on: October 10, 2018, 01:19:58 PM »
Corey, When will you be posting the Co-op for the uAmps?  I need at least 30.
I wouldnt count on that happening.

Check out the F-Amp. https://www.pixelcontroller.com/store/index.php?id_product=53&controller=product


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Re: uAmp, uSC and Afterburner After Co-Op Sale is ON
« Reply #17 on: October 10, 2018, 02:08:42 PM »
Ah.  Thanks, I didn't know about these units.  There isn't much of a description in the sales page.  Do you know if these have indicator LEDs?  They are very useful.

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Re: uAmp, uSC and Afterburner After Co-Op Sale is ON
« Reply #18 on: October 10, 2018, 02:17:13 PM »
Corey, When will you be posting the Co-op for the uAmps?  I need at least 30.
I wouldnt count on that happening.

Check out the F-Amp. https://www.pixelcontroller.com/store/index.php?id_product=53&controller=product


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Are these the only versions that exist (or are for sale) anymore?  And these are already wired (meaning, you can't solder to the actual PCB)?

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Re: uAmp, uSC and Afterburner After Co-Op Sale is ON
« Reply #19 on: October 10, 2018, 02:50:34 PM »
Ah.  Thanks, I didn't know about these units.  There isn't much of a description in the sales page.  Do you know if these have indicator LEDs?  They are very useful.
No LED lights. What would you want it to indicate?


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Re: uAmp, uSC and Afterburner After Co-Op Sale is ON
« Reply #20 on: October 10, 2018, 02:52:06 PM »
Corey, When will you be posting the Co-op for the uAmps?  I need at least 30.
I wouldnt count on that happening.

Check out the F-Amp. https://www.pixelcontroller.com/store/index.php?id_product=53&controller=product


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Are these the only versions that exist (or are for sale) anymore?  And these are already wired (meaning, you can't solder to the actual PCB)?
Not sure why you would want to solder to the PCB, but it would be very difficult with the F-Amp. These are well-made and make it very easy to attach to the end of the pixel string and a pigtail.


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Re: uAmp, uSC and Afterburner After Co-Op Sale is ON
« Reply #21 on: October 10, 2018, 03:00:26 PM »
No LED lights. What would you want it to indicate?
Just like the uAmp, it would be nice if the F-Amp would have a status LED for power and one for data.  They can be quite useful when troubleshooting a problem.

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Re: uAmp, uSC and Afterburner After Co-Op Sale is ON
« Reply #22 on: October 10, 2018, 03:04:28 PM »
Not sure why you would want to solder to the PCB, but it would be very difficult with the F-Amp. These are well-made and make it very easy to attach to the end of the pixel string and a pigtail.
There can be any number of reasons.  I don't know why the other poster wants this, but in my case, I produce a motherboard for the uAmp which has a socket to fit the uAmp.  I would like to do the same for the F-Amp, soldering some short pins to the little board so it can plug in to my board, rather than solder to it.

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Re: uAmp, uSC and Afterburner After Co-Op Sale is ON
« Reply #23 on: October 10, 2018, 03:06:13 PM »
Are these the only versions that exist (or are for sale) anymore?  And these are already wired (meaning, you can't solder to the actual PCB)?
I have a message in  to the manufacturer.  David says he can provide them without the case and leads.  I will let you know his answer.

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Re: uAmp, uSC and Afterburner After Co-Op Sale is ON
« Reply #24 on: October 10, 2018, 03:21:18 PM »
Corey, When will you be posting the Co-op for the uAmps?  I need at least 30.
I wouldnt count on that happening.

Check out the F-Amp. https://www.pixelcontroller.com/store/index.php?id_product=53&controller=product


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Are these the only versions that exist (or are for sale) anymore?  And these are already wired (meaning, you can't solder to the actual PCB)?
Not sure why you would want to solder to the PCB, but it would be very difficult with the F-Amp. These are well-made and make it very easy to attach to the end of the pixel string and a pigtail.


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Not difficult at all.  I've soldered the two prior versions (uAmp last year and whatever version existed the year before).  Like another poster mentioned, I have situations where I've already integrated this small PCB into my plans--so I'd have to rework things to accommodate this new package.

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Re: uAmp, uSC and Afterburner After Co-Op Sale is ON
« Reply #25 on: October 11, 2018, 06:28:39 AM »
You always post a wanted to buy ad.  I'm sure there are a number of them out there that would be available.  I have several I bought "just in case" but have never needed them and now that the F-amp is a stock item there is less need to keep them in reserve.
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