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Anyone want to pick up some RGB DMX light bars?


Vic Fortenbach
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On Ebay there is a auction for some RGB light bars.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=260388083057&_trkparms=tab%3DWatching

These light bars are very used, and no longer supported by the manufacture.

These light bars will require some "connection and figuring out" which im able to do.

From the auction description and the Mfg. web site the light bars are DMX compatable.

The company selling these is a scrap metal company. So they have no technincal information.

The auction is on for 3 more days and has a starting bid of .99 cents??? I called the company and they were hoping the bidding would go up. So its a ligit auction.

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I or some one else can bid on these light bars, pick them up in VA.(I know that may be the problem). Send me one of the small or large lights via UPS/freight/fedex (I will pay shipping) I can figure out the connection (DMX) and even do some repairs. Several people can get in on this and we all can have some LOR DMX LED wall washers for Christmas 09?

Yes, this is a gamble, the lights my be worthless (doubtful) or they may use some wierd DMX protocal. But i'm in it if others are too.

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They might be worth while, but they don't give much info about them, especially the size of the units. It appears that the small units are only about a foot long. How long are the longer units?

As for a reserve... I can't find that info anywhere on the page, and if the sale were to end today, they would sell for $76.



D.T.

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The short ones are 25 inches, and the long ones are 92 inches. If they were within a few hundred miles of me, I might think about bidding on them. But I'm not going to gamble on shipping, especially not knowing if they are outdoor rated...

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I'm about 3 hours away, so I'm interested. But I have the same question about a reserve on it. Is there any way to tell? I just sent an e-mail to the seller, maybe he will tell me...

Also it does state that they are indoor/outdoor lights.

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when i looked earlier they were no bid on and it doesnt say about a reserve then but after bid on if it has a reserve it will say something like "this item has not met its reserve price yet" under the current bid. so not saying that i'm assuming it doesnt have one.

i did find a company in business called renaissance lighting and they have a DMX converter heres a link

http://www.renaissancelighting.com/images/uploads/specdownloads/SDMX-197-0010-000A.pdf

here is a product brochure for the lights

http://www.onesolutionlighting.com/products/downloads/ren/LEDlinearweb.pdf

and the instruction manual

http://www.onesolutionlighting.com/products/downloads/ren/LINEAR_INDOOR_LFC1.pdf

I could not find any info on them other than that brochure that says they come in 1, 2 ,4 and 8 foot lengths. well i hope this is helpful to someone interested in them

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dakotasbub wrote:


i did find a company in business called renaissance lighting and they have a DMX converter heres a link



here is a product brochure for the lights



and the instruction manual



The info on the renanissance website is for the "new generation" lights. The ones in the auction are for the "old" style, which are no longer supported. But you might be able to get some info from one of their distribtors?
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