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  1. I just want to clarify that basically if i have an adequate power supply i can daisy chain these ldd drivers so that they share the burden of the load and multiple drivers can be used on the same channel for the bluefish.
  2. Ok that's what I was thinking. The power supply is definitely the 350watt 48V? Should I just duplicate the other board besides the scw? I mean get the same drivers as the other board? This would just be a 4up.
  3. Thank you everyone for chiming in. Everyone has to start somewhere. This is why it would be best for me to just use the existing driver board and jump an additional board to power and dim two other v3s. The current board does in fact already have an LDD 300H for white/lime, Royal blue 700H, cyan 500H, violet 500H, and moonlight 300H. I do not need this to be a super high powered fixture. It is a retrofit for a sunpower. If I need additional drivers per channel (most likely white and RB) then I will. If I can somehow ditch the moonlight freeing the 300H driver so I can now use that for the whites on the two additional v3s I will. I'm just looking for a simple option to power two additional v3s hopefully with the same drivers, power source, and driver board. If this is too much, i may just use the O2 surplus board and start over. What is the simplest option?
  4. How did you split the drivers so that two drivers that operate one channel into the bluefish? Did you have to splice wires going into the bluefish? I actually have an o2 surplus board, i just didn't want to have to build a whole new board and i might want to keep it for a future project. My board has a separate moonlight channel. Say I just want to ditch the moonlight and use that 300H driver for the extra whites/lime of the two new v3s, do you think I could jump the two 300H drivers together on Dave's board? I've been emailing nanobox but most messages have been short and nonspecific.
  5. How did you split the drivers so that two drivers that operate one channel into the bluefish? Did you have to splice wires going into the bluefish?
  6. I have a nanobox duo (retrofit kit ) with separate moonlight that I want to add two more v3 arrays to. The power supply is a 48V "large" unit from nanobox. I do not know much about leds, but from what I understand I cannot drive more than 16 leds per each ldd driver. The white channel is already using 10 leds. How do I attach another driver for the white channel so I can run 20 leds? Can someone please break it down for me?
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