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  1. interesting, can you see if there are any errors...

    interesting, can you see if there are any errors when monitoring via the serial monitor? you can use an arduino monitor for this as well, just plug in the USB, keep the SD slightly out of the slot,...
  2. hmmm... firmware doesn't usually cause issues...

    hmmm... firmware doesn't usually cause issues like this, but you could try updating it to one of the more current ones to rule that possibility out completely. You can find the latest here:...
  3. Try connecting with the actual RICE software...

    Try connecting with the actual RICE software (https://www.plecterlabs.com/shop/article_info.php?articles_id=126) and see if that works, if it does then it's the CF software and will likely need to...
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    There should be markings on the bottom of the...

    There should be markings on the bottom of the switch. the ones marked with the +/- symbols will be your LED polarity posts, the other two would be the switch posts and aren't polarized so does not...
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    Well the physical layout is different since it...

    Well the physical layout is different since it was made specifically for the TCSS kits, but the labels are the same. Act. is your activation button, L1-L3 are your color channels, and the + and -...
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    Very nice, looks good. As for interactions, most...

    Very nice, looks good. As for interactions, most of it these days is happening on the discord server.
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    Definitely looks good, though I could suggest you...

    Definitely looks good, though I could suggest you could possibly run the crystal chamber pixels off the LS2 data pad on the bottom of the CFX so you can have independent control over those pixels...
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    correction, I said 3.7v

    correction, I said 3.7v
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    if you mean the outer metal shield of the port,...

    if you mean the outer metal shield of the port, then yeah, the pad and that shield are connected so it should be fine.
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    unfortunatly no, the switchcraft style connector...

    unfortunatly no, the switchcraft style connector is designed to cut power to the electronics when the charging port in inserted, this looks like it is using a 2 prong barrel connector to input 5v USB...
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    We have a lot of the documentation for the...

    We have a lot of the documentation for the proffie on the discord server, but to get you started here is where I recommend you get your basic proffie info from: http://pod.hubbe.net/

    You can also...
  12. yep, should be good to go.

    yep, should be good to go.
  13. That is what I use by default in commissions that...

    That is what I use by default in commissions that have the room for them. They are larger cells, 21mm diameter and 70mm long over 18mm diameter and 65mm long. But there is plenty of space inside...
  14. doubtful that will provide the correct current,...

    doubtful that will provide the correct current, cells from that long ago usually had 5-8A current cutoffs on the protection PCB. you can try it, but do not be surprised if the blade starts to light...
  15. It does look like you have what you need, aside...

    It does look like you have what you need, aside from the proffieboard (TCSS now carries the v3.9 board which does have some advantages, but it does cost more than the 2.2). As for resistors, the...
  16. you are missing this, it holds the blade side PCB...

    you are missing this, it holds the blade side PCB in the blade: https://www.thecustomsabershop.com/1-Thick-Walled-Pixel-Blade-Adapter-P1347.aspx

    Also make sure you have the appropriate wire...
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    Polarity is so you can reverse the polarity of...

    Polarity is so you can reverse the polarity of the pad from how it normally would. This way you can use the pads with either a common anode RGB LED or common cathode version. As for your example, b...
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    I think it's less do do with the amp load the...

    I think it's less do do with the amp load the strip is capable of handling and more to do with the heat generation, I think I remember someone mentioning you could generate enough heat to melt the...
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    Etsy is always an option for the fancier blade...

    Etsy is always an option for the fancier blade plugs, but you can easily make your own or even convert an in-hilt one with something like this:...
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    I have to agree, it looks pretty bad compared to...

    I have to agree, it looks pretty bad compared to the other tech we have access to currently. It also would likely be much more expensive for the blade material that it would be for a standard PC...
  21. Hmm... all I could find was one super cheap one...

    Hmm... all I could find was one super cheap one on aliexpress, but I wouldn't go for it. The install itself is probably sub-par at best, dangerous at worse. Not many are currently making the crowd...
  22. Well, TCSS blades start at $115. ...

    Well, TCSS blades start at $115.

    https://www.thecustomsabershop.com/WS2812B-1-OD-Pixel-Show-blade-Ready-to-ship-P1711.aspx
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  23. Yeah, as FJK stated, it's a physical change of...

    Yeah, as FJK stated, it's a physical change of the phosphor composition to get the color temperature. not something that can be altered with coding.
  24. Thread: Battery bulge?

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    Hmmm... that looks to me like the cell is...

    Hmmm... that looks to me like the cell is deforming and pushing the protection PCB out. You said this cell was from 2015? How was it stored? Was it stored at half charge, fully charged, or...
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    I already said why, density. normal pixel blades...

    I already said why, density. normal pixel blades (non KR stick) use pixel strips that come in a 144LED per meter pixel density. Most the time I see single color strips, they are far less, usually...
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