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Led RGB par can conversion

Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by mbandgeek, Feb 27, 2007.

  1. mbandgeek

    mbandgeek Active Member

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    I stumbled upon this while searching for used par cans on ebay. I am not planning to but this, but i still think that this is an intersting concept. I personally think that it is cool.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/LED-PAR-Can-Con...2QQihZ004QQcategoryZ29944QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

    I was also wondering what would be needed to make one of these?
    any ideas suggestions will be appreciated
     
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  2. Pie4Weebl

    Pie4Weebl Well-Known Member Fight Leukemia

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    thats kinda cool...
     
  3. SHARYNF

    SHARYNF Well-Known Member

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    The issue with this is that the price of full finished led pars is now approaching this price point. I think this company is looking at a higher output led offering,
    http://cgi.ebay.com/LED-PAR-Can-LUX...ryZ29944QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
    and I have also heard of someone who was looking at an idea to eliminate the ac power/transformer and simply run them all off
    a 24 volt power supply, which makes for an interesting concept.

    Sharyn
     
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  4. soundlight

    soundlight Well-Known Member

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    A luxeon conversion kit? That's awesome!!

    I might have to look in to getting one of those to try out.

    Thanks for the link, sharyn!
     
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    kovacika Active Member

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    A freind of mine just applied for a patent on a design for LED Pars that run off a power supply similar to those used with color scrollers. You can have 80 par cans on one power supply, with full RGB mixing, all powered off a single 4 pin cable. He has a prototype with 4 pars which are bright, not as bright as a 1000w par 64, but at least as bright as the 500 watters.
     
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    Mashburneli New Member

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    That link is broken.. Is there another direct link?
     
  7. RickR

    RickR Well-Known Member

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    Probably not - that was a 2007 conversation. LED technology has improved radically since then. What are you looking for?
     

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