plasmadrive

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    Specialty LED lighting, Laser shows, electronics
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  1. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10207424746097081&set=gm.1509484615776902&type=3&theater
  2. Since no one seems to have had a CAD drawing the singing faces, I decided to go ahead and make my own. Any of you that have used or have singing faces can you please take a look and let me know what you think about these? Every color is a channel. Well crap.. This is frustrating, I can't even put a small pic in here.. It's on FB in several of the forums if anyone is so inclined to take a look and comment. I can't even post a link cause it will just type out the content instead of the link..
  3. Well, you could try a "snubber".. kinda like chicken soup.. couldn't hurt.. If you don't have a resistor laying around, just take a very small light bulb like a C7 and parallel it to the flood. If that fixes it, you have your answer..
  4. If you are using floods that take a DC voltage input and not an AC voltage, then I would say "snubbers" as some call them, would not be your answer. If you are in fact using 120vac input floods, give them a shot. If you are using RGB floods that require a data signal, that's a different issue.
  5. Don't you mean "Whipper Snappers"? LOL... What were we talking about again????
  6. I am a bit older.. I turn 61 in Aug.. I'm not to concerned with where all the years went.. I'm more concerned as to whether or not I will remember them.. ha ha.
  7. Nope.. mine are all 1000/100/10. I tried two different ones. Both Netgear. The problem they tell me might be the WIZnet they used. I wound up buy a cheap 100/10 switch just to run these two bridges and it seems to have done the trick just fine. I put it between the GB switch and those boards and it works.. I am not the only one that has this issue.. but these are a few years old. They may have fixed that issue by now.
  8. I actually have a issue running GB switch with the DIY LEDExpress E1.31 Bridge. It just doesn't like it. I have two of them that are a few years old now and I have to run 10/100 switches or they won't work.. Everything else seems fine with GB switches..
  9. Only you George.. only you... ha ha
  10. ha ha.. this is my 3rd try at it.. and I'm so darn busy I wonder how I ever had time for a real job
  11. I am young it seems at 60.. ha ha
  12. DE.. .say it isn't so.. I love your voice overs.. I used your free ones for one year and then the ones I paid you for the next year... They were so worth it. (if you remember, I actually paid you more than you asked for because of all the work you put in). We would miss you deary as a community. Please don't let a few people run you out.. Dave was of course not looking for anything that you didn't already give away freely.. and I understand some have been sharing what they shouldn't.. and that sucks..But don't let it sour you from our hobby..
  13. I don't know Jim, With PFC and all the other protections listed you would think they might actually be real power supplies and not just chargers.. Would be worth asking for a spec sheet before ordering I would think
  14. Thanks.. I hope you make it this year..