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MADLights Digitally Controlled LED's - PCstats.com MADLights Digitally Controlled LED's
Mon, June 16 2003 | 10:45AM | PermaLink Feedback?
The crazy modders at GruntvillE are playing with the cool looking MADLights Digitally Controlled LED's. Very nice man, if you're into that type of thing you'll love this!

Quite a few additions have been made so that customers can add more features in the future without having to purchase a whole new system. After a brief discussion with Robert, it seems they also built in a fourth color channel and the ability to change the programming by swapping out the programming chip. You can really tell MADLights has its focus set squarely on the customer. The PCB seems to have room for a few potentiometers and a spare resistor or two which are probably there for the fourth color channel. Another nice touch that you can just make out in the pictures is the hook and loop fasteners that are provided to mount the units anywhere you may wish.

The four smaller PCBs included are what we will be referring to as LED PODs. These hold the Red, Green, and Blue LED’s that allow the kit to display over one million color combinations! There are two types of LED PODs; two are double ended and two are single ended. Obviously, the single ended PODs are designed to be at the ends of the two cable runs.

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