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    Default GECE's via DMX/E1.31 Least expensive WIRED option?

    So ,a friend asked:
    Whats the least expensive way to run some GECE's that isn't one of the new wireless controllers?
    AND... that can be purchased new. He run DMX via e1.31

    Opinions/options..........

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    Default Re: GECE's via DMX/E1.31 Least expensive WIRED option?

    I know Ron's controllers state they only control WS2811, but he does mention he can add other format types with a firmware compile. I would ask him directly if he could do it on a 4 output controller. For 29$ it is hard to beat a controller capable of driving 2,728 pixels.
    http://renard-shop.com/home/65-4-uni...ontroller.html
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    Default Re: GECE's via DMX/E1.31 Least expensive WIRED option?

    San Device E6804 would work. Its 100.00 in kit form, and of course, the E682 kit is 109.00 (plus shipping).
    That's a feature not a bug.
    There's no charge for that.

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    Default Re: GECE's via DMX/E1.31 Least expensive WIRED option?

    I tried but their contact us form has a bug and you can't select a subject from their dropdown box so it won't send the message. anyone got a real email address?
    Quote Originally Posted by DrNeutron View Post
    I know Ron's controllers state they only control WS2811, but he does mention he can add other format types with a firmware compile. I would ask him directly if he could do it on a 4 output controller. For 29$ it is hard to beat a controller capable of driving 2,728 pixels.
    http://renard-shop.com/home/65-4-uni...ontroller.html

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    Default Re: GECE's via DMX/E1.31 Least expensive WIRED option?

    The renard website is a bit of a mess, I mentioned the messed up contact as well and had to contact Falcon on DIYC forum directly about a question on the board. The board is mis-labelled as a 4 universe controller, it should be labelled 4 universes per output.
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    Default Re: GECE's via DMX/E1.31 Least expensive WIRED option?

    So, in case anyone is following this. I contacted Ron directly and none of this products support GECE.

    So... any other options besides the SanDevices units?

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    Default Re: GECE's via DMX/E1.31 Least expensive WIRED option?

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith R View Post
    San Device E6804 would work. Its 100.00 in kit form, and of course, the E682 kit is 109.00 (plus shipping).
    The E6804 is only $69.00 in kit form. Even a better value!
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    Default Re: GECE's via DMX/E1.31 Least expensive WIRED option?

    Last edited by angus40; 05-17-2019 at 03:44 PM.

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