This controller is obsolete. Please use instead of it advanced controllers TrueSpectrum or TrueSpectrum Lite.
Differences from Rev.2.0
1. Eliminates the short flash of LEDs during controller initialization.
2. The RTC battery has been replaced by a supercapacitor*. No need to replace the battery during the controller’s lifetime.
3. The controller’s Bluetooth PIN-code can be changed in software. This feature can be useful for public aquariums using multiple controllers simultaneously.
4. A reset jumper for the Bluetooth PIN code (can be useful if you forgot the PIN code).
“*” The supercapacitor can keep the clock running for 7-12 days. If the controller board is powered off for a longer period, the real time clock will be reset to the default value and you will have to set the controller date and time anew.
|Maximum power consumption, W||0.2|
|Number of channels PWM control||6|
|Supply voltage||9 ... 60V DC|
|Dimming resolution (number of steps)||up to 2000|
|Protection from inverse polarity power connection||YES|
|Length, mm / in||50 / 1.97|
|Width, mm / in||42 / 1.65|
|Height, mm / in||12.7 / 0.5|
|Weight, grams / oz||30 / 1.06|
|Cable length to drivers (unshielded), meters||2|
|Cable length to drivers (shielded), meters||10|
|Creation of user-defined presets||YES|
|Number of control points during the day-cycle||24|
|Unique spectral output||Unlimited|
|Moonlight imitation||YES, user-defined|
|Sunrise/sunset imitation||YES, user-defined|
|Automatic mode (full-day cycle)||YES, user-defined|
|Manual control in real-time||YES, user-defined|
“*” Matching connectors are included
When purchasing the controller, do not forget to buy the required length of flat interface cable The cable is required for connecting the controller to the drivers.
Connectors and pinouts
|X1||Power supply connector
The correct polarity is indicated on the figure. The circuit is protected from inverse polarity connection (the controller will not operate if the power is connected wrongly)
|X2||PWM outputs connector|
|2||Channel 1 output|
|3||Channel 2 output|
|4||Channel 3 output|
|5||Channel 4 output|
|6||Channel 5 output|
|7||Channel 6 output|
|8||Channel 7 output|
|9||Channel 8 output|
|10||Channel 9 output|
J1 Bluetooth PIN code reset jumper
Make a DIY LED fixture using our LED assembly: Video Tutorial:
Note: – the tutorial was made using rev. 2.2 of the 6-channel LED assembly and a different connector. You can also watch our video tutorial on how to use the new connectors.
Using the KRP crimper tool: