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Old 10-11-2018, 01:03 AM
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Hi guys,

Do you know what type of connect Corsair uses to connect to LED port 3-pin on CoPro/NoPro and 4-pin on the LED Hub? JST something I guess

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Hi buddy..

DevBiker does a cable making video covering these...

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And it's 3 pins on both sides - don't connection the 3-pin Lighting Channel to any of the 4-pin fan connectors on the fan hub. The Fan Hub as a 3-pin connector on one end that's used for the connection to the Lighting Channel.

Also note that you only use 2 wires for this connection (pin 2 and 3), not 3.
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And it's 3 pins on both sides - don't connection the 3-pin Lighting Channel to any of the 4-pin fan connectors on the fan hub. The Fan Hub as a 3-pin connector on one end that's used for the connection to the Lighting Channel.

Also note that you only use 2 wires for this connection (pin 2 and 3), not 3.
think he was on about the types of plugs used in each unit dude.....
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think he was on about the types of plugs used in each unit dude.....
Ah, I may have read it wrong. Not enough coffee at the time?

If he's looking for the exact part numbers for these connectors, look no further than my signature. All the parts are listed in the Making/Repairing RGB Cables link.
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