This is a new P12D board that can replace your P12X on top of your P12S or p12R and give you either differential or single ended outputs on each channel. Effectively replacing the need to have extensive amounts of ECG-PPD-B's
On the other end, just need 12x PPR-A and plug directly into your lights. (with power injected)
It uses a new size of 3.96mm Pluggable Terminal Strip. All connectors will be included.
Here is a quick set of info on the jumper settings for reference:
F14 – very important – only install if the power on P13 is less than 38V. this is the connection for the onboard OKI and the feed down to the P12S. ok course both have one more connection between them and use but it is safest to remove if using some large power voltage. Most people will use 12V or 24V and they should install F14 with the supplied 3A fuse.
K1 – this is the jumpers for the 5V regulator on the P12D to power the differentials. Three logical settings: open if not using ANY differential, 1-2 & 3-4 if P13 is feeding 12V or 24V nominal, 2-3 if P13 is a clean 5V.
Jumpers below each IC are labeled SGL / DIFF. you place TWO jumpers from the center out. To the left for Single Ended (normal CMOS/TTL levels), to the Right for Differential output.
Each string connector uses up to 6 wires:
G – Ground
C+ - Clock Differential+ if set to DIFF, Clock CMOS/TTL if set to SGL
C- - Clock Differential- if set to DIFF, no connection if set to SGL
D+ - Data Differential+ if set to DIFF, Data CMOS/TTL if set to SGL
D- - Data Differential- if set to DIFF, no connection if set to SGL
+V – Power distribution, usually 5V, 12V or 24V
To directly hookup a WS2801, set the jumpers to SGL and use G, C+, D+, +V pins
To PPX hookup a WS2801 to feed a PPR-A etc, set the jumpers to DIFF and use G, C+, C-, D+, D-, +V with G and +V using double wires (the pairs)
To directly hookup a WS2811,set the jumpers to SGL and use G, D+, +V pins
To PPX hookup a WS2811 to feed a PPR-A etc, set the jumpers to DIFF and use at least G, D+, D-, +V. but it is ok to wire the C+, C-. they just won’t be used.
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