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My new Mini Pixel Trees

Discussion in 'Mega, Mini, Spiral & Pixel Trees' started by plasmadrive, Oct 8, 2014.

  1. plasmadrive

    plasmadrive Full Time Elf

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    They look fantastic. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    They look great.
     
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    nzlongfellow Dennis from NZ

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    Very well done. Are they all connected to same data or will the be controlled separately?
     
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    Thank you..

    I have one DIYC e1.31 DMX Bridge that runs 4 of the Pixel Extenders. Each Extender is one universe and each will drive 3 trees. There are 55 pixels per tree including the stars. That gives me 165 pixels per universe. I split them up by universe to keep the programming simple and I can separate the tree groups easily without worrying about data cable lengths.

    The entire system is powered from one 24vdc 10 amp power supply.

    I added a PDF with the wiring diagram this morning. there is also one with all the links to where I bought stuff.
     
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    Jamie Lighting up the night.

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    Looks great.. The pics will be very helpful to people.
     

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