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    Default New Falcon Products Released

    Impressive 4-port 680 pixels per output. Of course with a lot of power injection required.

    F4V2 Pixel Controller - PixelController, LLC

    F16V2 Differential Expansion Board Released

    F16V2 Differential Expansion Board - PixelController, LLC

    Differential Receivers Released

    4-String Differential Receiver Board - PixelController, LLC

    Connect 16 strings up to 250 feet away from your F16V2/F16V2R controller !
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    Default Re: New Falcon Products Released

    Hi Denny!

    How ironic.... these look a LOT like what Ron's Holiday lights has already been producing without the $200 outlay for the base controller.
    https://ronsholidaylights.com/single...-four-outputs/

    Controller costs:
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    Last edited by FrankP; 05-10-2016 at 03:48 PM.

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    Default Re: New Falcon Products Released

    Quote Originally Posted by FrankP View Post
    Hi Denny!

    How ironic.... these look a LOT like what Ron's Holiday lights has already been producing without the $200 outlay for the base controller.
    https://ronsholidaylights.com/single...-four-outputs/

    Controller costs:
    Controller Cost

    Frank
    Good catch Frank. Most of our members are looking to shave a buck anywhere they can. I also prefer to avoid having long lines from controller to pixels. The KISS theory. I also prefer smaller numbers of pixels on each output so they can be fully powered without injection. At 12V that is probably 100 pixels.

    I know Petr does a fair amount of injection. Does anyone else ?
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    Default Re: New Falcon Products Released

    The one downside of Rons is you have to build them. Not a huge deal but does take time. You also need both his controller and standard driver boards so to get to 64 universes and 16 outputs the cost is equal to the F16V2 controller. Of course that's multiple boards to equal 1 Falcon board. It's all a personal preference. Frank do you know how far the driver boards can be located from the controller?

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