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Old 08-10-2018, 10:43 AM
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Originally Posted by DevBiker View Post
The Corsair strips are WS2812B programmable LEDs. They also seem to be a bit lower current than most that you see on the market. It is possible to get the Lighting Node Pro to work with non-Corsair strips (as long as they are WS2812B strips) but you need to keep track of your current draw. 4.5A total is the max for the entire Lighting Node Pro or Commander Pro.
Thanks for the reply.

So I thought this based on your information.
The Corsair bars are 30cm long and have only 10 LEDs, so a 1mt bar should consist of about 30 LEDs.

The bars exist from 1 to 5 meters.
For the whole project I should get to a maximum of 3m and making a mathematical calculation the bar request 1.5A per meter, so with 4.5A I should stay in it (eventually I would restrict it to 2m or cascade another Commander).

In addition to the Commander (which also runs fans, temperatures and more), I could try something cheaper than possibly in the future to match a Commander PRO? Maybe the Lighting Node Pro?
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