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RE: LED Lighting

Hmm, the in-wall controller looks fantastic value for money. Especially
as I think it will work with the iCove's I have just acquired.


Just got to convince t'other half that chromatherapy in the bathroom is
*the* way forward ;o)



-----Original Message-----
From: Alancc []=20
Sent: 31 January 2005 18:30
To: ukha_d@xxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [ukha_d] LED Lighting

Have a look at, anyone used these?
I have been looking at the mirage lights today, they are DMX controlled.
Mirage LED light with built in PSU and DMX =A3100
450 mm LED tubes =A330
Tube PSU with DMX interface for up to 4 tubes =A365
CC2 4 channel wall controller =A340 this looks quite cool.
I will order some bits tomorrow and report back.
Anyone know if it's possible to use Homevision to output a DMX signal
via an=20
interface, this would give access to preset scenes etc.


----- Original Message -----=20
From: "JT @ Home" <Jonathan@xxxxxxx>
To: <ukha_d@xxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, January 30, 2005 10:07 PM
Subject: RE: [ukha_d] LED Lighting

> Hi Rob,
> If the noise is too unbearable, you could always sell me the icoves
> (not that ive been after some since I missed out on the bulkbuy or
> anything!!)
> My only serious thought to helping out with the noise, it could be the
> power supply having an effect on them? Too much / too little
> voltage/current or something else? (how technical is that!) or could
> mount them in in a clear plastic tube?
> jonathan


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