[SOLVED] aRGB lighting order with splitters

lxstuart

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Hi, does anyone know how aRGB splitters affect the lighting order?

For example,

With just one aRGB strip, LEDs will light in order 1-2-3-4-5-6
If I connect 2 strips via a splitter, will both sides light up simultaneously, or will one side light up after the other.

Like this

 

Ralston18

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A splitter does just that. It takes an incoming signal and sends that signal down two paths.

So what comes in goes out the same way except it takes two paths.

No reason or means to distinguish that if the light order is 1 -2 -3 etc. on one path then 7 -8 -9 should be sent down the other path.

Exception being some programmable/addressable splitter that allows the necessary logic controls.

Google "programmable addressable RGB splitters" and then filter the search results as necessary for your requirements.
 

Ralston18

Titan
Moderator
#2

A splitter does just that. It takes an incoming signal and sends that signal down two paths.

So what comes in goes out the same way except it takes two paths.

No reason or means to distinguish that if the light order is 1 -2 -3 etc. on one path then 7 -8 -9 should be sent down the other path.

Exception being some programmable/addressable splitter that allows the necessary logic controls.

Google "programmable addressable RGB splitters" and then filter the search results as necessary for your requirements.
 

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