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 Post subject: Make custom multi color halos
PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 11:16 am 
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Anyone have any ideas on how I can make 'ICELED' 2.1 million color halos for headlights?
Which ICELED products should I use?
I know how to make the ring and all, just the LED/light source is what I need.

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The coolfusion projector sold by Litewave can kick out a lot of light. There is such a thing as side-glow fibre that it could drive but I've not tried it myself. just a thought.


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Thats a good idea, i have thought about the coolfusion, but i dont quite understand how it works. Would you be able to explain to me?

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Nevermind, i did some research and found out how it works.
Would the side-glow fibre be able to work with the coolfusion?

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Could you not combine a multi pole RGB 5mm LED and a flexdriver in some way?

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Would you be able to explain how the multi pole RGB and flexdriver would work?

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i would say the flexidriver is geared to run 12v rgb led's
so in theory its has 4 legs 12v+ r g and b

no expert but plausable


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i would say the flexidriver is geared to run 12v rgb led's
so in theory its has 4 legs 12v+ r g and b

no expert but plausable


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ok, not a bad idea, I will look into it. Thanks :)

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And I could connect the flexidriver to another controller to be able to easily pick colours and what not, am I right?

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Would the flexidriver be able to connect to the ZAP(So I could control it through the ZAP)?

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Correct, if you take a look at the Thread "New Blinds" this is a Flexi Driver being controlled via a Zap on the Phase Program. :D

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Yes i have seen that Thread before. Will see what I can do with that combination and as soon as I buy the car Im making them for I will get to work.
By the way the blinds look awesome.

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What is the maximum load current for the flexidriver?

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Maximum current switched to ground per channel is 5 Amps. Maximum total in an out of supply terminals is 15 Amps.


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