What do you think people, shall we let the americans in on this? I guess so, subject to shipping costs etc. They will be pretty light so i can't imagine it being too much.taybrynn said:Pardon my ignorance.
So this is a for AU members only?
Can i use this with say 1 metre of the off the shelf 30LED/M RGB strip or 10 RGB modules even though they already use a current limiting resistor or is the 34 best suited for applications like using 1 watt LEDs and such where there is no current limit resistor. I think this may be important information for some.mrpackethead said:I saw this post in another thread, but copied it over here so that its not off topic. My response below.
A bulldozer does not nessarily make a good family car.David_AVD said:For a low cost CV (constant voltage) unit with good output capability I don't think it can be beat. The MY9942 chip on the other board looks neat, but won't (IMO) suit a lot of applications.
We know that the $6 controller has higher current ratings, and it works differently. As we all know things move along at the speed of light here, and next week, 34 will probably been outdated by something else. My intentions for 34 are for running elements ( such as bruce and tess's ) tupperstars or the tiny trees that i intend to use in a display this year.
At the time of writing this message the community has found need for 1460 34's , and thats only in a matter of 24 hours, so its looking like it fits the needs of a lot of applications. If anyones got questions about what it might be useful for or not useful for, then please post your applicaiton idea, and i'll give you my best opinion on what it will do.