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    Red and Green are christmas colors!! I see no problems with missing blue!! ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by scubaspookf View Post
    I hope yours holds up better than mine. I tried running the green and blue straight from the power supply from the light and it burned up the blue. Now I only have red and green and have not used it since.
    Dumb question, but did you check the LED voltages before bypassing their board? My lights have a 600ma power supply and the LED's seem to be pulling the voltage down to the required point, but I did see other lights on ebay that came with a 1000ma supply. That might be enough to cause the need for a resistor on all three leads. I just lucked out and my power supplies all had their ratings labeled on them but some others dont.

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    Just went back and checked the page I ordered from and it was supposed to have a 1000ma driver, just did not get what was posted. Not smart enough to get the ebay page shown here, but search for item #260969208136 and look at the relisted item that might help getting you the right specs to work from. PS.-They do also list just the LED lights and if you look through them they show one with higher forward voltages.

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    couldnt resist any longer, hard wired the red and blue on direct and put all four in front of my house, the house is 85' long adn I spaced all four along the front. WOW I love it!!
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    still trying to get a good picture-- it is apparently relly hard tyo take a picture of light while standing in the dark!
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    hope this is a little better focus.

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    Wow Daryl, that looks great!
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    Hi guys love this thread,
    Ive been buying just the 10w leds by themself, an i also did some research on all the leds an posted it on my website http://smartaleclights.com/index.php...&cat=led-power
    this is the info for the 10w rgb led:-
    Intensity Luminous (Iv): Red 120-150LM, Green 200-300LM, Blue 70-100LM

    DC Forward Voltage (VF) : Red 6-8V ; Green 9-12V ; Blue 9-11V

    DC Forward Currect (IF) : 300 mA

    I hope this helps people like this thread has helped me

    PS has anyone found the right programmer for the 10w DMX RGB Led Flood??

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    I asked Ray and he said this is the one http://www.aliexpress.com/store/prod...578769983.html

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    Very impressive! Lots of light. Gotta look into these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaden View Post
    I asked Ray and he said this is the one http://www.aliexpress.com/store/prod...578769983.html
    Is that thing just a DMX stream with a unique start address ala Tir?? If so couldn't one do a similar thing we are doing with the TIRs except without the serial number hoo-ha??
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