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Master Geek


  #797476 10-Apr-2013 22:30
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thanks Stijn, nice javascript.

also the guys over at ninja-blocks have created a nice javascript that sets individual colors...
https://github.com/jzGreen/ninja-limitlessLED/blob/master/lib/LimitlessLEDRGB.js

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Wannabe Geek


  #799339 14-Apr-2013 21:40
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Hi,

I've been reading all the information with regards to Limitless LED bulbs and I can honestly say this thread has been extremely useful and I will be purchasing a starter pack and some extra white bulbs within the next couple of weeks.

I do have a question though, I live in the UK.  At the moment on average, what is the estimated time from purchase on the website to delivery at the door?  Is it still just over a month as it was in the early part of the thread.

I was going to ask my wife to get some for my birthday in early May (Sad I know)

 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  #799352 14-Apr-2013 22:36
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denzilmason: I do have a question though, I live in the UK.  At the moment on average, what is the estimated time from purchase on the website to delivery at the door?
if you ordered today to UK - estimated eta as next Friday to the door. -Hamish. LimitlessLED.  others in UK may be able to post their experience?

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Ultimate Geek


  #801058 17-Apr-2013 15:32
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Just thought I would add to this disucssion that I purchased three RGB lights based on this conversation and really impressed. Ordered Monday afternoon, arrived today (wed). I had a couple of issues which were no fault of the bulbs and Hamish was quick to reply (within 30 minutes) and offer ideas that helped with the resolution of my issues.

Highly recommended and I expect I will be getting some more.

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Geek


  #801268 18-Apr-2013 01:41
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benmurphy66: Just thought I would add to this disucssion that I purchased three RGB lights based on this conversation and really impressed. Ordered Monday afternoon, arrived today (wed). I had a couple of issues which were no fault of the bulbs and Hamish was quick to reply (within 30 minutes) and offer ideas that helped with the resolution of my issues.

Highly recommended and I expect I will be getting some more.


What non-related issues, curious.
Shipping costs to where ?
Cheers

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Master Geek


  #801269 18-Apr-2013 01:52
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curious :) his socket was faulty, the fitting screw base end spring lost all its spring. it worked fine in his neighbors fitting. he fixed up the springiness of his fitting, and then it worked.

-Hamish.
LimitlessLED.

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  #801270 18-Apr-2013 02:18
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LimitlessLED: curious :) his socket was faulty, the fitting screw base end spring lost all its spring. it worked fine in his neighbors fitting. he fixed up the springiness of his fitting, and then it worked.

-Hamish.
LimitlessLED.


Is NZ E26 or E27 ?

 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  #802723 20-Apr-2013 11:52
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latcho: Is NZ E26 or E27 ?



NZ/AU/UK is E27 Edison screw  and B22 bayonet

US/CANADA is E26 Edison screw

 

 

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Master Geek


  #811834 6-May-2013 07:05
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Just ordered a white bulb - I'm going to try and control it using an arduino alarm clock that I'm building, it looks like this is exactly what I've been looking for

Thanks for the great replies in this thread Hamish

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  #813709 8-May-2013 14:44
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For the folks in Europe: The Wifi Control Box system is also compatible with
these controlled ledstrips in a kit

cheers

gzt

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  #813739 8-May-2013 15:52
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latcho: For the folks in Europe: The Wifi Control Box system is also compatible with these controlled ledstrips in a kit

Nice!!

Banana?
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  #813741 8-May-2013 15:54
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latcho: For the folks in Europe: The Wifi Control Box system is also compatible with
these controlled ledstrips in a kit

cheers


They are cool. Be good for Pelmets and so-on.

And the Christmas Tree.

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  #813869 8-May-2013 18:20
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Post your bulb and strip pics too! So we get some inspiration!

@home:






@studio:




 

video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_xKZBzvcZ0

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  #814042 8-May-2013 22:12
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Hamish (or anyone) - is it possible to poll a WIFI bridge to determine if a light (or group) is turned on or off?

I am trying to integrate my LimitlessLED into openHAB and whilst I can easily send on/off commands I can't read the status of the light back to the software - in case someone comes along and manually turns the light on/off.

Any ideas how I could do this?

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  #814046 8-May-2013 22:16
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I need more zones of control without adding bulky power sapping wifi gateways for each zone before I will be investing in more of the lamps. The LED strip looks awesome but I would probably want another 10 zones of it just in the lounge room.

The individually addressable pixel ones are looking more appealing other than their high cost, but they are still less than the first LED strip I got was, so not excessive. Just the matter of getting the high speed signals from something to the strip in situ thru the building and the DC and switching it etc, which makes the RF stuff seem easy in comparison.




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