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PostPosted: Tue Dec 01, 2009 11:43 pm 
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Hi,

I got a question.

Is it possible to make from the flexidriver such a controller, just like some as the zen controller. that you can choose specified earea to let lite it up that part of an flexdriver on a surtan earea.

For instance. I have 2 flexitapes on my headlights and I wil controll them spperated without to use 2 flexdrivers. on the Zen controller you have 4 zones to programm.

Is it possible to create something like the zen controller for the flexitape, or wil it be to expensive??

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The products are about as minimal as they can be - they are robust modules that can be connected in an unlimited number of ways. I think you're asking for multichannel controllers that can drive LEDs directly, but this is the antithesis of the modular approach. The cost would be comparable, but without delivering the benefits of the modularity we have now.


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okay, thanks for the explain.


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