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luma:products [2013/12/01 04:42]
Ethan Zonca [Luma-1L-2.0]
luma:products [2019/06/13 02:48]
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-====== Luma Nodes ====== 
-Luma nodes are serially-addressable high-power RGBW lights. They are networked on a RS485 bus, so modules can easily be daisy-chained and controlled. 
-===== Current Models ===== 
-==== Luma-1L-R4.1 ==== 
-Current model with onboard 1 10W RGBW LED and integrated heatsink. 
-==== Luma-3L-R4.1 [PRE-PRODUCTION] ==== 
-Current model with 3 onboard 10W RGBW LEDs and integrated heatsink. 
-==== Luma-S-4.0 [PRE-PRODUCTION] ==== 
-Current model for driving high-power RGB LED strips 
-===== Obsolete Models ===== 
-==== Luma-1L-4.0 ==== 
-Initial 10W RGBW LED model with RJ45 and screw terminal connectors mounted on the top of the board (current models have these components on the bottom). This model adds 4 constant-current buck drivers for each LED channel, an on-board led, an on-board heatsink, a temperature sensor, and a crystal for clocking at 16MHz. 
-==== Luma-1L-3.0 ==== 
-Luma board with an off-board LED driven with discrete transistors and surface-mount current-limiting resistors. This model adds reverse voltage protection, a transistor-controlled fan output, and better heat dissipation for current-limiting resistors. 
-==== Luma-1L-2.0 ==== 
-The first Luma board to communicate over RS485. Uses current-limiting resistors and transistors to drive an off-board LED. 
-==== Luma-1L-1.0 ==== 
-Intial Luma prototype, also known as TinyRGB. Communication over I2C using Cyz_RGB, an alternate firmware for BlinkM modules. 
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