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Started by stallionent, February 23, 2016, 11:03:10 AM

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mararunr

12" x 3" red letter only sign....hmm...don't know the answer to your question but you could get a full color(rgb) P10 panel (12" x 6") for a lot less ($11.50) and it will run off FPP.
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This is just my opinion/suggestion/viewpoint.  Others with other viewpoints/experiences may have different advice.  I am a hobbyist with a couple years real world experience, not an expert.

CaptainMurdoch

That looks like the panel that Dirk was playing with recently.

That display is not supported by FPP.  I probably wouldn't bother with it unless there is an existing library to support it.  It is single-color, less than half the size of a P10 panel, and for the same price plus shipping you could get at least 2 P10 panels.  The 12"x3" display isn't going to be readable from very far either.
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stallionent

QuoteP10 panel (12" x 6") for a lot less ($11.50)

Have a link?, Thanks

mararunr

Bentonville Heart Lites (www.facebook.com/bheartlites)
This is just my opinion/suggestion/viewpoint.  Others with other viewpoints/experiences may have different advice.  I am a hobbyist with a couple years real world experience, not an expert.

ThreeSizes

You will also need a BeagleBone Black or Green running FPP and an Octosctroller cape to drive the P10 panel.




"And what happened then? Well, in Whoville they say that the Grinch's small heart grew three sizes that day."

stallionent

I do have a Raspberry PI B+ extra, I can set it up as a slave? I'll probably need step by step instructions when the time comes.

Thanks, Dave

Augus

ref over at ACL http://auschristmaslighting.com/wiki/P10_Led_Panels
this is what I have book mark for later reading when I plan to do it.

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