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8-Channel SPI Signal Amplifier

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SKU:BY-AP-DR1606 (In stock)

SPI Signal Amplifier,
8 Channels,
Input voltage DC 5V,
Compatible with 1606/5050 Dream-Color LED Strip controllers
$17.99
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$17.99
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8-Channel SPI Signal Amplifier

Description

This Dream-color LED lights signal amplifier applies to the HL 1606 dream-color controllers, each time add one dream-color amplifier, it could output 8 groups of dream-color signals, achieve the effection of multi-group dream-color strip light changing synchronously. Dream-color signal amplifiers could be connected immensely. This Amplifier can control 8 groups of each 12.5 meter (Maximum Length) of our 5050 Dream-Color Strip synchronously. Very Powerful!!

Specification

  • Input Voltage: DC 5V
  • Output channel: 8 SPI Signal,
  • Connection mode: Common Anode
  • Static power consumption: <1W
  • Working Temperature: -20 ~ +60DegC
  • Wire maximum Length: 12.5 meter
  • Compatible with 1606/5050 Dream-Color LED Strip controllers,
  • Product dimension: 113*49*23mm
  • Package size: 137*60*51mm

Direction for Use

According to the silk-screen prompts on the panel of dream-color amplifier, to connect input and output signal wires in order ensure short circuit can not occur between wires, then connect power with dream-color amplifier, actually use it with dream-color controller, please reference to the following typical application.

Specifications
SKU BY-AP-DR1606
Net Weight(g) 150
Input Voltage DC 5V
Operating Temperature -20°C ~ +60°C
Dimension 113*49*23mm
Output Channels 8 Channels
Connection Mode Common Anode
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