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Thread: Controlling 110 VAC wireframes

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    Default Re: Controlling 110 VAC wireframes

    Thanks Jon,
    Appreciate the info.

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    Thanks for the clarification algerdes!

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    Thanks to all that have contributed to my question. Your comments have helped me identify the control options available for 120V lights.

    Dick

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    Default Re: Controlling 110 VAC wireframes

    David Peace was also selling a "Pixel2AC" board that would give you 9 AC channels using 3 "Pixel".
    Matt

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    OP, there are a few built/assembled and used AC light controllers available in the Buy/Sell/Trade section. That's an option as well.
    I just started in this hobby a short bit ago and I bought a couple of used controllers via the forums. I have a TR16 (AC), and a Falcon F16V3 (pixels), and now a couple of others. I'll be assembling some from parts/kits as well.
    Just starting out in this madness. Let's see how far down the rabbit hole I go.

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