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Old 06-14-2017, 07:49 PM
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Originally Posted by SpeedyV View Post
  1. What is your prediction of 0.060 amps (in your #3 above) per LED based on?
  2. The CLCP specs state 4.5A max for RGB LED channels. Is this fixed at 2.25A/Channel or can that 4.5A total be dynamically divided between the channel 1 and channel 2 loads?
  3. If it is fixed at 2.25A/Channel, then if there are 6 x RGB LED fans connected to channel 1, can channel 2 still drive 4 LED strips?
  1. I read the specification in, another option is GIYF.
  2. The safe guess is 2.4A + 2.1A would be OK, ask for confirmation via and I will also try and get a definitive answer.
  3. I suspect the limiting factor may be how thick the wire is.
  4. It's really easy to provide external power anyway as there are two power wires.
  5. Once I got the LED strip it was all very obvious.
  6. From SIV 5.21 Beta-00 I have changed the wording in [Link Setup]. Do the new words make sense to you please?
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