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RGB SMD 5050 3528 LED light amplifier

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    I have tested the RGB amp and it works very well

    Basically it will extend the number of 5M strips you can run

    it has 2 power inputs from 5v to 12V via barrel or hard wires

    the 2 green plugs are removable for easy storage and set up

    no apparent delay from input to out put

    supports from basic testing all dumb LED strip

    work on PWM

    my first test video

    http://youtu.be/kk7r1M9DjM0
    also see

    RGB SMD 5050 3528 LED light amplifier.mp4
     
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    Great stuff, this will alleviate any concerns people had with using these, Im sure these could also be used with lower amperage output controllers like the Renard LSD48 to enable more options on control.
    Thanks for showing this.
     
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    Here is a diagram of how this can be used from rays online shop

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    This is a picture of the insides of the AMP

    The Large IC are 50N03-12 AA71H
    The Smaller ones are iL 817 B120
     

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