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ACL TPR1 Strobes

Discussion in 'Strobes - LED or Others' started by Steve22537, Nov 1, 2013.

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    Hi, has any one come up with a good way to package the TPR1 strobes

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    Brian made a document that uses the cover from the group buy and heat shrink and silicone. I know he posted a link in one of the threads but I'm on the phone, maybe someone else will find it before I get back to a PC.
     
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    Hi Steve,

    This is on another forum for a different strobe but the packaging is a neat idea and pretty affordable.

    Kev
     
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    Budude (Brian) was the one that made the document but I'm having trouble finding it.
     
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    Thanks Kev, any links to this other site....
    Skunberg also thanks, I've had a look at Budude's solution of silicon and heatshrink and that's one option.

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    Hows this then, these are my old strobe strings, standered cover, hot glued the cover to the strobe board, clear heatshrink, an inject plenty of silicon till there is no more air gaps in there.

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    Now these have been replaced with 4core alarm cable, instead of using big-w scrap cable.
    each string has 10 strobes on it, each strobe has a .5w led in it.

    Is this enouth Info to help ya?
     
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    I like what you've done Alec.
    I was also looking at encapsulating them in 73-20 liquid silicon. Has anyone gone done this path before?
    Steve
     
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