hey guy and girls,
just wondering, i have a chinmey i put up on my roof, and i was wondering about the possibility of have some sort of small quantity of "smoke" rising from it. obviously i could have a little fan pushing it up from the chimney, but what sort of small fog machines are there...
Just wondering, wire frames are old, covered in dodgy half working ropelights...... my kids love them, and im wondering if someone makes or if there would be demand from others for like a small static stand alone controller that would be programmed once and hold its set sequence or static...
dumb Q, but how did you get 88amps?
79*0.3w = 23.7w
23.7w/5v = 4.74a
therefore, each light is 4.74amp draw, times by 8 = 37.92amps total @5v.
am i barking up the wrong tree? just thought id throw it out there.
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Just wanna talk about my North Pole sign project for 2018.
I have a 30cm "solar light" soon to be loaded with 9 or 11 pixel nodes....... sitting on top of 1.5m of 4" pvc with a stormwater coupler.
a little advice, recommendation if someone could please.
painting the pvc...
yeah, ill get a 30amp one and go from there i think. all good, just thought someone may have had some experience. ill get gear togerther for some new year testing. right after i clean up the area imma designate to "xmas creations" at the desk in the computer room.
hold the thought on e1.31, im silly, i meant pixel data, im no genius. haha.
id run e1.31 to the controller at the box and it would send + gnd and data to the pixels.
will be running ws2811 pixels nodes or something similar on the unit.