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Discussion in 'RGB Lights - Intelligent Pixels and 3-Channel RGB' started by ShayneT, Aug 16, 2013.

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    they are very different

    One is the new technicolour pixel in a string of 50

    The other is a pixel modules with 3 LEDs in a string of 20

    So 2 completly different products that really cant be compared in price

    Maybe you put in a wrong link
     
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    As is for FastEddy;They link to 2 completely different products for me
    One is a string of 20, 3 rgb leds in a module and the other a string of 50 single led modules.
     
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    One is a lot of 50 and the other 100.
     
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    The difference is purely the number of pixels, one is 50 pixels the other is 100 pixels, otherwise they are the same thing
     
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    That's what I thought, might as well save .05 a node...
     

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