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About brichi

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  • Birthday 04/17/1975

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    Lindenhurst, NY
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    IT. Tech

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    Family, DJ, IT work
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    4.3.18
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  1. thank you, to do those I had to switch away from LOR unfortunately so keep that in mind if thats your game plan
  2. thanks! and already buying and building more in for next year, i love this stuff, lol
  3. thank you! i added p10 screens and some more props in my 2018 display, heres a quick clip https://youtu.be/46O5arX8V-U
  4. you can configure them however you want but as of the lates Falcon software each output can handle 14 panels, I have only gotten 12 to run on each output though but I don't need that many, was just doing it as a test
  5. yes but there are 2 ways of doing it raspberry pi with a hat to plug the panels directly into )up to 36 panels I believe total) or Raspberry Pi without the hat plugged into a colorlight card (up 96-112 panels depending on the version of FPP I believe)
  6. a lot of those looking ones are 5v, 300-350 watt, 60A. For the amount of panels you are doing you definitely need 2 power supplies
  7. I think its more about what you use as the sender, for example a beagle bone or Pi running FPP is what really determines what can be displayed, LOR, Xlights and so on are just sending dmx data to them. Keep in ming doin that large of a display playing video in real time from LOR is going to kill your network in bridge mode, it may not look that smooth. You will have to play around and see what works best for you
  8. how many panels you looking to do? you may be better off starting with a a Pi and hat of a beagle bone with an octoscrolla and learn it all first like I did, then I jumped into big matrix sizes and colorlight cards
  9. Thank you, this is actually 54 panels (not sure why I wrote 56 at first) . it is 54 P10 panels, 6 wide by 9 high. There are a few ways of doing this , Like ebuechner mentioned you can read through this thread and find a lot of good info... For me im running it from a Pi as my sender and a Colorlight board as my receiver. If you are using LOR you would want to setup 3 dmx universes per panel and map it all out, then put the Pi running FPP (falcon player) in bridge mode and configure the panel layout in there. there is definitely a ton of info out there on how everyone does this and a few videos
  10. I do, thanks, send me a private message and we can work it out
  11. Pixie16 (just controller, no p/s or case) used 1 season (6 weeks). Works perfect and in mint condition. $75 +shipping. Pixie connectors included, They are not in the pic because they were connected to my CCR's at the time. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1nlaFybXulmdok0EzBxctEq2f8WlYVSxz/view?usp=sharing
  12. Everything sold! this can be deleted if possible, thanks!
  13. Not 100% sure how to tell that but I know 1 pixie16 has the new dip switches I bought around November and the rest of thencontrollers I purchased early 2017 and over the summer. I can post pics of them today if you want.
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