As a wireless transmitter the RF1 can:
Receive Serial DMX512 from your sequencer and transmit it wirelessly to a RFPixelControl compatible receiver **
Receive Serial Renard from your sequencer and transmit it wirelessly to a RFPixelControl compatible receiver
As a receiver device the RF1 can:
Receive Wireless data at your choice of 250kbps, 1Mbps or 2Mbps
Control Renard devices with serial data output from the RF1
Control DMX devices directly with serial DMX512 output from the RF1*
Control Pixels! See the list above for types supported
Control Dumb RGB elements with the Dumb RGB expansion board
Control anything else you dream up! Slap some Pixels on your santa hat and walk around the show!
GE Color Effects
*will utilize the RS485 expansion board and will require a custom cat 5 cable to convert Renard wiring to DMX Cat5 wiring standard. See the wiki for more information.
**will need to utilize the RS485 Expansion board OR a FTDI cable/adapter.
- Common 2.1mm DC power input jack OR a standard terminal header (same pcb footprint)
- TA-200 Mounting holes
- Header for nRF24L01+ 8 pin modules
- Atmega 328P-PU
- 5 PWM pins available
- 4 Pin header for single string mounting
RF1_12V measures 2.5cm x 6cm
The RF1_12V has mounting holes which are compatible with the TA-200 series enclosures. It is also small enough to fit inside a piece of standard schedule 40 1" PVC.
RF1 can do a lot more than just pixels too! It makes an excellent breadboarding tool, and has a 15 pin header which can be used on any of the 15 pin expansion boards available here!
RF1 12V Assembly Instructions
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