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By Matt Olson
January 19, 2018
If you're looking for a product with clear to follow instructions and an intuitive hookup, look elsewhere. This product has a "COM" terminal (Common annode for those who know about LEDs) and their instructions say to not use the COM terminal. The instruction manual has many misspellings and hard to follow grammar. There is no indication on the DIP switches on which direction is ON. However, once I got the hookup correct, the test functions were very nice. I haven't hooked up to a DMX controller yet but once I get back to my lighting console I fully plan on it. All in all, this seems to be a decent DMX to LED converter/decoder, but just don't depend on the instruction manual.
January 4, 2018
The unit worked as expected. In my case, I was using the XLR sockets, not the RJ-45 sockets. Set up the channel, added inline to the other lights, ran power to it. Using it to control two 5-meter RGB strip lights (in parallel) on a stage. Only CON I really had for it was the dip switches. they get knocked pretty easily and you need to re-confirm the channel you want the device set to if you fiddle with it at all (or move it around). They are very "flimsy" in that sense. All in all, works as expected.
By Khalid Asad
January 3, 2018
This is my review for the Lixada 5M RGB LED Strip. WHAT YOU GET IN THE BOX : You get 1 RGB LED strip, one power brick, one LED controller, one LED controller controller, and an instruction manual. BUILD QUALITY : I am VERY impressed with the build quality of this product. The RGB has a thick silicon coating, that will make it much more durable in the long run, and would likely make it much more resistant to the elements. The box and power brick are just plastic but I expect nothing more, and the controller is good. Great job on the build quality! FUNCTIONALITY : These are perfect, except with one big gripe. The LED strip is very bright and frankly gorgeous, and the silicon coating helps better diffuse the light, giving a more consistent glow rather than the segmented glow some other strips suffer from. The controller works good and there is a good amount of customization. My main gripe with this, and by far the biggest flaw IMO, is that there is no adhesive on the back! This is something I had definitely come to expect on an RGB strip, I had planned on putting this on the back of my desk for cool lighting, but now this will be much more of a hassle, because I have to deal with zip ties and such. OVERALL : Overall, I would recommend this RGB strip. These are obviously meant to be used outside or other places to where they would be subjected to harsh conditions, and this is why I assume they didn't bother putting adhesive on the back, but I still would've really appreciated it being there, or at least a note somewhere on the page.
By Paul K. Mckneely
March 28, 2017
Whoever wrote the user manual for this product had a very poor grasp of English. I have read through the reviews and questions and there is a fair amount of misinformation and misunderstanding of the subjects related to the operation of this device. I purchased one of these DMX decoders to test an LED lighting controller that I have been developing over the past several months. Its target customer base is filmmakers. Because I will be using this device in my development I would like to provide a mini user manual for this product since the one that came with the device was so poorly written. I will add to this review as I learn more about it. On the back of the unit is a 6-position termination block. Proceeding from left to right, the 1st contact is Ground (labeled V-) and the 2nd is Power (labeled V+). This powers both the unit and provides power to the LEDs via the other four terminals. This unit can use DC power from +12V to +24V so make sure that you supply the voltage that is needed by the LED load you intend to connect to the unit. The 3rd terminal position is labeled COM and it is presumably internally connected to the V+ terminal. The last three pins labeled CH1, CH2 and CH3 are drain pins for each of three lines of LEDs. Standard RGB LED strands have a flaw in the design of their connectors in that all of the channels share the power pin while each color has its own ground pin. Since each contact in the terminal block has a limited current rating, the amount of power that this unit can supply will be limited by the COM pin since it must supply all power that is drained by the combined channel pins CH1, CH2 and CH3. On the left side of the "front" of the unit is a 10-position bank of DIP switches. In all of these switches, the DOWN position is considered to be ON while the UP position is considered to be OFF. The position of switch 10 determines the meaning of the other nine switches. When OFF the positions 1~9 are used to specify the device's DMX bus address. The value that each position contributes to the bus address is 2 ^ (N-1) where N is the switch position.
February 2, 2018
By Carl Barnwell Jr.
January 24, 2018
Use these in a regional theater and my only complaint is i've had some bad units over time, but for the price i'm not mad they don't last. I've gotten at least a year on all of them, and only 4 out of 16 have crapped out, 1 in about a year, the other 3 in about 3-4 years. We also use them really hard, so I'm not disappointed.
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