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I am adding an the 24 channel RGB controller this year....with no idea how I was going to incorporate these ribbons into my show..  I have 48 regular channels now.

 

I have a decent handle now with what I want to do with them, but need to know the best way the make 180 degree turns with them?

 

Also I have been told there is a way to install them in a shaded clear pipe to create a solid looking color within the pipe... does anyone have a link I can research?    As a last question, I'm looking for people in the San Antonio area to share knowledge with... (not that I have much to give)

 

 

Thanks in advance,

Rick

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Also I have been told there is a way to install them in a shaded clear pipe to create a solid looking color within the pipe... does anyone have a link I can research? 

 

Most who are putting RGB smart strips in pipe are using either PEX ( used for plumbing ) or HDPE .

 

Here's one thread.

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I am researching pwm on my rgb floodlight as of changing the voltage higher and lower changes the colors how do I do that on a servo dog 8 channel controller.  circuit 4 and 5 is what I wish to use for both of my rgb led floodlights  Is it possible??  and how to I make that work in sequence editor??  or do I have to figure out the pixel editor?

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