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 Post subject: Wireless syncing of UFO kits
PostPosted: Mon Sep 21, 2009 1:30 am 
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I know I don't have a license yet but I've been making plans about getting a car and ICELEDing it up.

Anyway I will be getting an estate and will be using ramps to get my pimped wheelchair in the rear. Well I've been thinking how cool would it be if you could link 2 UFO kits together so they all sync up.

Just imagin it at shows a row of cars which all flash together all wirelessly

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As long as the car you are intending to put the UFO is yours and not a leased motability car. Because a lease car is owned by the lease company and they are usually not keen on 'mods'. If it's the HP motability your going for your be fine as your car at the end.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 21, 2009 1:17 pm 
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I've spoke to them and they said I can add lights as long as I let them know what exactly I put on, I must also get an auto electrician to wire them and as long as they are legal

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Legal, now there is a tricky subject. Legal until you turn them on on a public road :)

I don't think they are expecting a full underbody LED kit that's for sure.

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Haha well I'm not surpose to have lights on my wheelchair but I do haa

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See, this is what ICELED is for. One day me and Sam will have the Smarts lit up again....one day.

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I love all my ICELED and I cant thank ICELED and Litewave enough, they have been absolutly brilliant and have made me feel great, specially after my chair was stolen

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Remember asking adrain about this a while back as I could link two cars wireless for sound but when I eventually got a UFO kit for the 2nd car could they both do the same

Sure he said you'll need a transmitter capable of 9k6 data transmission the master is coupled to the I (i think) and the reciever goes to.... damn wish I could remember :oops:

But yes it is possible :wink:

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Found it

http://www.iceled.co.uk/area51/viewtopic.php?p=29375#29375

And its 19200 baud rate :oops:

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Well done! :D


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