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MegaLED'sDMX Mini ControllerRGB LED Modules

MegaLED has upgraded its top selling DMX controller to offer greater flexibility and ease of use by adding universal voltage input.

The London-based company designs and builds a range of drivers and controllers for LED and RGB displays, combining electronics into integrated systems for clients working for major brands.

Initially designed for a three hundred unit order, for an architectural project in Switzerland, the DMX MINI is a three channel controller for voltage driven, common anode LEDs. Its compactness and flexibility has made it one of the company's most popular products.

The DMX MINI is frequently used with RGB sign lighting modules and on light box back lighting projects. In general RGB sign lighting tends to use 12 volts while light box illumination, especially at larger sizes, is best driven at 24 volts.

MegaLED realised end customer requirements increasingly needed the 24 volt model but initially sold the DMX Mini in two versions, 12 or 24V, and customers had to specify voltage when they ordered. Stock left with suppliers or customers could not always be used on subsequent projects.

Version 2 of the DMX Mini with universal voltage input can handle all situations with a single model, so clients will not be left with units only suitable for one type of LED project.

Director Steve Kane explains: “The DMX MINI is a proven and mature product, and it's very flexible because of the way it can be programmed with our easy to use computerised controllers and integrated into other systems.

“Our engineers are amongst the best in the business and we're always looking for ways to develop our products and the service we're able to give. I'm confident this improvement will help our customers deliver their projects more efficiently.”

More information on the DMX MINI please call 0207 617 7311 or visit www.megaled.com