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    I am beginning to suspect that there is a rule that a package is not allowed to sit still. It has to be on a truck going someplace even if it has to come back later


    2019 - Just moved into a new home (yet another change of plans). Will be dim but not dark. Too much to do at the new place to leave time for a show.
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    Got them! Shipping now.

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    Hey Rob, just curious, what is the operating voltage range of these little gems?

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    Been trying for months to purchase some of these. Are my messages being blocked? Rob, my billing info is on your list.
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    Last edited by driller; 12-21-2018 at 09:43 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rstehle View Post
    Hey Rob, just curious, what is the operating voltage range of these little gems?
    6V-24V by default, can be switched to 5V. 30V absolute max.

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    Just curious, I'm not seeing the pricing mentioned anywhere in this thread. I am assuming that once I am granted access to the Google sign-up sheet you can see the cost? Also, how are people weather-proofing these little babies once they are installed in-line between controller and pixels? The wiki didn't mention this, so that's why I am asking.

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    Yes, you will see a total cost, including shipping and PayPal fee. Here's the signup sheet.
    As for weatherproofing, I coat it with conformal coating, cover with dielectric grease, and shrink wrap it.
    Last edited by RobG; 12-23-2018 at 10:31 AM.

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    I put mine in a small piece of 1/2" pvc with caps.

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    I throw a heavy duty freezer bag over it and use Corrosion X on the connectors. Tie it to something using velcro so the bottom of the bag is shut and facing down.


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    After carefully soldering on your pigtails or cable, cut a nice long piece of 1/2" Adhesive Lined 3:1 shrink tube ( ~4-5") slip the tube over and center it on the chip. Shrink it down and you are good to go.

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