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GELID Solutions Codi6 Programmable ARGB Controller Kit. Add ARGB lighting to computer - £18.17 (Prime) £22.66 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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GELID Solutions Codi6 Programmable ARGB Controller Kit. Add ARGB lighting to computer - £18.17 (Prime) £22.66 (Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 3rd Dec 2019

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GELID



Solutions Codi6 ARGB Controller Kit - 6 Independent Programmable ARGB



Headers - 6 PWM Fan Control Headers - Open Source Code Sample












  • FULL CONTROL: Codi6 includes an Arduino UNO compatible USB



    controller card and add-on modules for 6 independently programmable ARGB



    channels.





  • 6 ARGB and 6 PWM HEADER: Up to 6 addressable RGB fans or strips are supported for independently programmed RGB effects.





  • CHANNEL SYNC: Option to synchronize all 6 ARGB channels,



    regardless of the type, model and LED number of connected ARGB devices.





  • COMMON PWM CONTROL: PWM fan channels divide the PWM input from the motherboard.





  • ARDUINO SENSOR ECOSYSTEM SUPPORT: Analogue inputs / outputs for



    different sensors to implement advanced event-controlled RGB remote



    controls



A few left, worth getting at this price.
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4 Comments
TY op for the post .... scooter
Ordered! Now to work out what it is!!!
sinbad57103/12/2019 17:37

Ordered! Now to work out what it is!!!


I already have a couple of Arduino, but this has caught my interest. It controls led strips and fans? I don't need it, but I might just buy it.
scooter03/12/2019 16:28

TY op for the post .... scooter



Thanks, became aware of it about a week ago but it was about £26 which was a little steep for me. It's a good way of adding full room RGB or adding RGB to a PC that doesn't support it.

gelidsolutions.com/the…er/
If you scroll down the page you can find the FAQ, Quick start Guide, USB driver package and code samples. I think you can setup 12V Fans and hopefully there will be a setup for games to blow air in your face to give the feeling of speed like the vortx but without the heat/cooling at some point.




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