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Capt.Chaos
09-10-2011, 08:32 AM
Does anyone know of a vendor that sells a small pulsating led light? I have a spider room that I have a few spider egg sacs that I would like to give the illusion that they are pulsating. I don't want to invest in dmx lighting this year. I'm out of money. LOL. I know you guys know what I mean at this point of the game. Any ideas?

Thanks Campers.

Chaos

Gore Galore
09-10-2011, 01:44 PM
I don't know who else carries one. But I know
www.minispotlight.com carries a flicker controller you should be able to use.

Capt.Chaos
09-10-2011, 03:16 PM
I will give them a call. Geez I just ordered some stuff from Darklight.

thrilltainment
09-11-2011, 02:29 AM
I will give them a call. Geez I just ordered some stuff from Darklight.


hey Capt. Chaos --- we just recently developed a new flicker module that can pulsate, flicker, strobe, etc... it's got about 15 different modes/speeds that you can change with a click of a single button. It supports our precision x, y, and z delta lights and powers up to 1A (that's 50 x's, 50 y's or 8 z deltas). sells for $49.99 --- not yet on our website but we have it in stock (we'll have it up in a few days with some videos and photos)

Capt.Chaos
09-11-2011, 11:31 AM
I wish I would have thought of this when I ordered my flickers from you 2 weeks ago.LOL. I hate shipping. Anyway can I use this module to run my current home made LEDs by using an adapter plug? I would think so.

Chaos

thrilltainment
09-11-2011, 11:58 AM
I wish I would have thought of this when I ordered my flickers from you 2 weeks ago.LOL. I hate shipping. Anyway can I use this module to run my current home made LEDs by using an adapter plug? I would think so.

Chaos


our controllers generated a modulated 12V output --- so if your home made LEDs were designed to handle 12V's are just resistors in series with an LED then it will work. hope things are coming along well for the season =)