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K5885 • Christmas/Lighting Controller - Master Kit


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(Silicon Chip Magazine October 10) Brings your Christmas light show to life! Lights will flash, dim up & down in time with your favourite Christmas carols. Power up to 32 channels of lights from a master unit & 4 slaves. Each slave can run up to 2300W of lighting. Music input via SD card. Includes cases.

Includes 9V AC plugpack with 2.5mm tip.

Also great for shop displays, promotional events & interactive exhibits.

For matching light slave kit, see K 5886 (240V incandescent) or K 5887 (12V LED)

Important Note For Kit Buyers:
This product is supplied in component form and requires soldering, drilling, and assembly. We recommend users are familiar with at least basic electronic principles and have the ability to solder.


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  • Can a sequence be pre programmed into the controller or does it ojnly run from an audio trigger?

    Hello, A lighting sequence can be programmed in that will run by itself without requiring any playing audio or any audio trigger. Hope that helps, Regards-Kits dept


  • Hello, Is the Microcontroller already progammed or do I need to program the chip. Thank you Phil.
    Philip Didsbury

    Hello, Yes, the microcontroller comes already programmed. No chip programming will be required. Regards, Kits


  • What is the name of the cable the connects the master to slave called?

    Hello. The cable connecting between master and slave is a standard network patch lead, e.g. CAT5, CAT6. CAT5 works fine, but most stores sell CAT6 as a minimum these days. Kits Dept.