DMX controller confusion

Discussion in 'DMX, E1.31 & Networking' started by Ed Slonka Jr, Jan 15, 2012.

  1. Ed Slonka Jr

    Ed Slonka Jr New Elf

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    Was on Ray's store and on the controller link listed below. It states:


    "Our DMX decoder can control LED lights based on following driving ICs:
    LPD6803, LPD1101, D705, UCS6909, UCS6912, LPD8803, LPD8806, TM1803, TM1804, TM1809, TM1812, UCS1903, UCS1909, UCS1912, TLS3001,
    TLS3002, WS2801, WS2803, P9813, 74CH595, MB5026, DM134, DM135, ZQ9712."

    Does this mean this one controller can work with all those IC's or that they have​
    different models similar to this one to work individually with it's particular IC?
    Thanks, Ed


    http://www.aliexpress.com/fm-store/701799/209915969-509914025/LT-DMX-2801-DMX-SPI-Decoder-support-WS2801-WS2803-drving-IC.html
     
  2. GoofyGuy

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    I feel like Im in the Matrix,

    There are a few different part numbers for the styles of chipsets. Scroll down on the pages for the specific controller for the strip you want to run!
     
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    Ed Slonka Jr

    Ed Slonka Jr New Elf

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    No just Groundhog Day! :eek:

    Got you over in the other forum, Thanks for the answer!

    Just a little confusing for a newbie.

    Ed
     

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