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red-ray

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  1. There should be a link to a return shipping label with the address. Yes, send all the cables. The usual UK RMA location is basically Scan Computers in Bolton. I have not done this for a few years, but you should just need to do what the e-mails say to do.
  2. I have not tried to use the new support system for an RMA, but when I just looked all the calls I logged are still there, but all the details have gone missing :o:. I did an RMA as a result of http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?t=134052 back in 2014 and the looking at the ticket it shows: Given the RMA was approved then at the time I clearly had provided the invoice. Given this I would expect Corsair to honour any RMA request. Last time I tried then I was able to contact Corsair support via Skype and the cost to me was zero.
  3. With an express RMA you send your old one back once you get the new one and once Corsair get the old one then you should get a refund.
  4. No, you would need to use active components to convert the RGB levels into the UCS1903 controller protocol.
  5. I have ordered a 1 x 144 LED strip and am wondering if there is an upper limit on how many LEDs can be controlled. Both the CLCP + CLNP firmware seems to only allow up to 72 LED per port, but given there are strips with 144 LEDs I guess more is possible and suspect the limit is down to the Corsair firmware. My other concern is power as 144 LEDs will need 8.64 amps, so I will use an external PSU. The strip has now arrived and I have updated http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?p=907769 to show what is possible. The CLCP/CLNP seem to have an upper limit of 72 LEDs.
  6. I expect this would be the ideal packaging to use
  7. The H110iGTX has was discontinued some time ago.
  8. I don't expect the LNP uses USB power for the LEDs at all as I have found as follows: Just USB connecting the LNP is enough to get the USB device to show up and seem to work. The LNP only claims to take 50mA in the Configuration Interface USB descriptor. If I power the HD120 hub, but not the LNP the HD120 LEDs don't light. As soon as I power the LNP all the LEDs light. I should have made it clear that the limits I was quoting were per port. I quoted per port as it would be possible for SIV to easily control 8 ports. Using the LNP VID/PID should only be for a test. If you could get as far as reporting the firmware IDs then adding the remainder should be easy enough. Below is the SIV LNP startup trace. Byte 0 is the RID and the Arduino won't get that. Byte 1 is the write command code or status return read. Commands 02 + 06 read the two firmware IDs Command 03 reads the LNP ID that CL4 set. SIV does not use this. All the writes are 65/64 bytes in size and the reads are 33/32. CID 12 @ 23:38:36.365 seq 02 Open( \\?\hid#vid_1b1c&pid_0c0b#7&88bba26&0&0000#{4d1e55b2-f16f-11cf-88cb-001111000030} ) CID 12 @ 23:38:36.365 seq 02 -> 00 02 CID 12 23:38:36.375 seq 02 <- 00 00 00 01 2E CID 12 @ 23:38:36.375 seq 03 -> 00 06 CID 12 23:38:36.380 seq 03 <- 00 00 00 02 00 CID 12 @ 23:38:36.380 seq 04 -> 00 03 CID 12 23:38:36.395 seq 04 <- 00 00 24 D3 DE
  9. Once Corsair released the LNP I got one of those, deduced the protocol and added LNP support to SIV. Looking at http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?p=892386 you can see the LNP is a HID device and in an ideal world the Arduino would implement a superset of the LNP protocol. CL4 can only control units of either 10 or 12 LEDs, but in SIV units of 6, 5, 4, 3 and 2 are also possible unfortunately the LNP firmware only supports 6 items (6 x HD120) and I would like to be able to have more items as with 6 fans SIV could easily support 24 x 3 LEDs. With SIV I could easily add support what whatever VID/PID you choose and I suspect if you use the same as the LNP then CL4 would talk to the Arduino :eek:. At the moment I have not published the LNP protocol, but could. It's quite simple and it only took be a couple of days to get most things working, but there are some packet types which I an not totally sure about. It's also possible to update the LNP firmware, but CL 4.5.0.55 can't do this so I can't deduce the protocol. One aspect of the LNP seems to be that it's a WOM and SIV can't read the current LED configuration :(:. For a controlling SIV this is not an issue, but it means that SIV can't just monitor what the LNP is displaying and with the old LN (Lighting Node) it can.
  10. The Corsair warranty is not transferable, so you don't have any warranty and can't RMA. See http://www.corsair.com/en-gb/support/warranty
  11. Thank you for your reply. I suspect this is not the situation as I recall posts by Corsair Dustbin eluding to there being a new lighting node planned and these must have been at least 14 months ago as by the time CL4 came out he had almost stopped posting at all. Further given the CL4 development team can't even fix simple bugs there is no way they could add support to CL4 in two weeks. The latest CL 4.5.0.55 doesn't report/control any of my LED DIMMs when CL 4.3.0.154 managed to report/control 1 or 2.
  12. Given now there is the CORSAIR Lighting Node PRO I plan to get SIV to support this. All I need to do not is figure out the protocol it uses as the chances of Corsair making this available to me are close to zero. Looking at the picture I suspect it can drive 2 x HD hubs, what do you think please?
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