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12v Bullet Nodes from Ray Wu

Discussion in 'Bulk Buy - Interest Posts' started by Ellis, Dec 28, 2017.

  1. Troy ELD

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    I bought them in March tho... Best time to buy lights IMO
     
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    got a response from Paul... 2018 price will be $520 that is still good :)
     
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    Cant complain with that!
     
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    These lights seem pretty power hungry (but I guess they are up the top end for quality from Ray?). Am I correct that you can run say 370 of these on a 12V 350W PSU? Or is it possible to run more, but they will need to be limited in brightness?
     
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    Running your PSU @ 80 % load would comfortably run 350 at 100 % brightness @ full white. You would have to power inject along the line due to voltage drop.
     

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