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F16V2 different power

Discussion in 'Computers, Cabling & Other Miscellaneous Hardware' started by deblen, Dec 12, 2015.

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    deblen Apprentice Elf

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    Hi,


    Iam loco king at splitting my F16V2 board so I can use 12volt for 1side, and 24 volt for the other.


    Do I have to set any switches, as I have searched but cannot find anything.


    Is there anything I should be careful of before I swidth on the power supplies.


    Thanks in advance.


    Deblen
     
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    scamper Senior Elf

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    just reread the instructions that came with it to be sure 24v is ok, but I think it is fine just to do it.
    I have 12v on the right side of the board (which also powers it) and 5v on the left side for all the 5v pixels I use.
    There was no jumpers or switches that needed moving.
     
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    deblen

    deblen Apprentice Elf

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    Hi scamper.


    Thanks, I checked the power, can be between 5v and 24 volt.


    Hopefully this weekend I can plug it in.


    Deblen
     

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