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18 channel Low power (LED strings) AC controller

Started by charleskerr, May 28, 2015, 05:17:51 AM

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I finished testing our 18 channel AC controller we did for some LED Strings.  It is based on the PIC16F1572, 3 channels per pic.  They are daisy changed so one can populate the pic/optoccouplers to the channel expansion one wants.  There is accommodations made for a daughter card to allow larger triacs with heat syncs for a few channels to be higher power for items like strobes.  Currently I have it tested for DMX and SSD.  I  could update for pixel net if an interest.  I am getting ready to order boards (and was curious if there was any interest before I ordered them.  It is mainly through hole components (resistors and caps are surface mount) and designed for a CG1500.  One can have one light curve per three channels (one per pic)
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