MiniRen8XBLSD board

A very small 8-channel wireless controller for LED lighting, or for either external A/C or D/C SSRs. SPECIAL SALE ON THIS PRODUCT!

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The MiniRen8/8XBLSD enjoys almost the same small footprint as the MiniRen8/4XB (3" x 3.75") but is specifically designed for LED lights, or for A/C or D/C SSRs. Of course, it's wireless for either an Xbee radio or the ESP Snap-In for Wi-Fi/DMX control. The board includes its own 120vac transformer that provides either 5v or 12v power to the leds at a total of about 300ma and uses external 9-12 vdc power at up to 3amps if the full output capability of 400ma per channel is desired. The board's output connections mimic the very popular Renard48LSD board except our board has full zero-cross circuitry so it can be used with A/C or D/C SSRs while the original Ren48LSD cannot. It can accommodate either a regular or pro version of the XBee radio module and common start_address firmware for pinpoint channel assignment control. The MiniRen8/8XBLSD is ideal for use with LED super strips, Rainbow Floods, the DIYC flood and especially the wildly popular DirkCheapStrobes! Use the on-board transformer to power small runs of LEDs at either 5v or 12v, or attach external power for even more capability. Want more than 8 channels? Add a MiniRen PIC Adapter and have 16 wireless channels at your disposal.

MiniRen8XBLSD uses the special LSD version of the Renard firmware with some of the normal Renard configuration options turned off or changed to different values -- be sure to check it out!

The MiniRen8XBLSD is a perfect master power controller for the DIGWDF675 and DIGWDF675 Plus units, too! We use one XBLSD to control 8 of the 675's in our own display!

We can hear you panting from our labs here at DIGWDF... you can't decide if you should buy one of these... go ahead, click the button to add it to your cart... do it NOW!

NOTE: SPECIAL SALE on this board, version v20130919. The board has been factory modified to full and perfect functionality with a minor adjustment on the bottom surface of the board.