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Offline jimmy1

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Re: What is the Lynx Express?
« Reply #105 on: November 22, 2009, »
wow, great info... lot's to read through though, lol. i have a lot to learn.
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Offline Mike44

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Re: What is the Lynx Express?
« Reply #106 on: December 08, 2009, »
^ I was just about to say the same thing ;).  Ton's of info to look over here, but it's all so interesting!  RJ, your work on the Express is amazing!  It looks awesome!

Mike

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Re: What is the Lynx Express?
« Reply #107 on: April 07, 2010, »
Hey nice work RJ

Many thanks.

I too still need to assemble some SSR4's so I know a little of your pain.
So much to do so little time.

I would like to volunteer to run the 1st Lynx Express Co-Op if we find that we have the time.
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Re: What is the Lynx Express?
« Reply #108 on: April 07, 2010, »
You missed the boat on the first and second COOP!  You can volunteer for the third... if you are ready to sort parts until your fingers are purple!

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Re: What is the Lynx Express?
« Reply #109 on: April 08, 2010, »
wasn't that just the second - FOR 2010????


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Re: What is the Lynx Express?
« Reply #110 on: April 28, 2010, »
Sounds Very Cool  R J

Thanks for this valuable info...


I would like to keep in touch with this forum to get this wonderful info..
 
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Re: What is the Lynx Express?
« Reply #111 on: April 29, 2010, »
And the board looks great RJ.  Looks like a very easy layout to work with, very well thought out.
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Offline billyb27

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Re: What is the Lynx Express?
« Reply #112 on: October 18, 2010, »
Hi,
Im a newbee to this forum but not the light annimation world. I found the link for the parts list from mouser my only question is where can i buy the pcb and heatsink from thanks alot bill

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Re: What is the Lynx Express?
« Reply #113 on: October 18, 2010, »
This late in the year, you'll have a hard time finding any. Bill has a list of available PCB's, but he has already stated he is out of the LE PCB's, so your best bet is to put a WTB in the sale/trade area. Sorry,

Bill

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Re: What is the Lynx Express?
« Reply #114 on: April 11, 2011, »
Hope this is not a dumb question but is the lynx express an AC controller (ala LOR but  dyi) or a DMX controller  with the addition of a dongle?

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Re: What is the Lynx Express?
« Reply #115 on: April 11, 2011, »
It ia an AC 16 channel DMX controller with light normalization.You will need a dongle to make DMX.If you use LOR S2 you could use there iDMW  to run the LE.

Shaun
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Re: What is the Lynx Express?
« Reply #116 on: April 11, 2011, »
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It ia an AC 16 channel DMX controller with light normalization.You will need a dongle to make DMX.If you use LOR S2 you could use there iDMW  to run the LE.

Shaun

Yes,

There are quite a few of us that use S2 with an IDMX to run LE's.

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Offline andytwo2

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Re: newby needs another Lynx Express
« Reply #117 on: November 01, 2012, »
Ive got two of the express and need another one. Succesfull halloween show last night. My first show ever. Where do I look for another Express.

John

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Re: newby needs another Lynx Express
« Reply #118 on: November 01, 2012, »
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Ive got two of the express and need another one. Succesfull halloween show last night. My first show ever. Where do I look for another Express.

John

Hi John

You got a few options.

1 - Wait until next Feb for another coop
2 - Order a pcb/heat sink from the DLA store and then order the parts from mouser.
3 - See if anyone is willing to sale you a kit

Rick R.
Light Animation Hobby - Having fun and Learning at the same time. (21st member of DLA)
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Re: What is the Lynx Express?
« Reply #119 on: April 06, 2015, »
Hey all,

Just finishing up building an etherdongle and an Express v5. Can someone explain exactly how the wireless card works? Can I run a cable from my dongle to the first Express and then set that unit as a transmitter to the next Express?  Reading the wiki it appears you have to use a separate wireless transmitter. I'm just curious how that works. =)

Thanks for your time
Kenny