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  • Does the job

    posted by GodHammer

    Wireless signal is great, I can still control the led strip even 2 rooms away.- wireless and not infrared.- 9 levels of brightness- 9 blinking modes- you can change the speed of each mode- memory of the last brightness and mode- didn't heat up after 5-6 hours operating at full and/or 50% brightness
    On the input part of the controller it says 5-25V - and for the output just LED.I've used a CCD camera adapter to power it. The adapted output was rated at 12V, but was 12.3V . After i've connected the controller, the output of the controller was 11.9 at full brightness.... so, it might some sort of voltage regulator inside (I'm not a great with electronics)
    The brightness is controlled by changing the output voltage:100% - 11.9V50% - 5.8V25% - 3.3VA list of all the voltages (from 100% brightness to minimum brightness):step 1 - 11.9Vstep 2 - 9.2Vstep 3 - 7.3Vstep 4 - 5.8Vstep 5 - 4.7Vstep 6 - 3.9Vstep 7 - 3.3Vstep 8 - 2.8Vstep 9 - 2.1VThere is little fluctuation @0.03V on some brightness levels.
  • Excellent for home theatre use

    posted by Qualith

    It's a must-have if you have a PC connected to your TV.Just plug it and start to use it. Very very intuitive use.It's very similar to a presenter by Trust and another by Targus, that cost twice the price.I used the branded presenter and it's very similar to this by DealExtreme.Mine comes with a black bag where you can store all the items (trackball, dongle, cable, mini-cd and instructions).Perhaps a little expensive, but still much more cheap than others.
    I need some 'Remote control' for my Home Theatre PC and this is perfect for that function.The trackball/presenter is not oriented to MS Powerpoint as similar devices, what can be a pro or a con, depending of your needs.For me this is a con.
    A must have for your HTPC.
  • Cheap and quality presenter

    posted by DaavvVq

    This is realy everything you need when you want to presentate something. It was plug and play. It looks professional and it works over a nice distance. You don't have to aim for the receiver!! The laser is not very strong but strong enough. It's realy cheap for the quality you get. It came with a nice box. It realy controls the mouse.
    It's everything I need for my presentations. Buy it!
  • Awesome!

    posted by RSDG

    It's a easy way to get your dog to get out of that behaviour cicle when barking and don't listen to you, besides you can use from far away using a camera so he won't associate it whit the owner.I spent a long time looking for it and the price is great, I recommend it 100%!
    It's good to buy rechargeable batteries for the future.
    It's great! Really enjoyed! Best non-harm way to control your dog.
  • Remote Control with Hidden Value

    posted by Okasional

    As I expected when I purchased it, the control works fine at 115VAC as well as 220VAC. The reason is that the low voltage for the receiver is obtained by dropping line voltage and then rectifying and filtering it. Voltage is dropped through a 0.56MFD 300V capacitor using it's reactive impedance. At 50 or 60 Hz power line frequency the capacitor "looks" like a few thousand ohms, BUT unlike an ordinary resistor it doesn't generate any heat. This is a time honored way of dropping line voltage for low voltage devices.This manufacturer doesn't offer the control in a 115VAC version, but if he did the only change would be to substitute a (typically) 1.0MFD 200V or 250V capacitor. But that's not absolutely necessary, and the unit works fine at voltage as low as about 80VAC.There's a switch in the upper left corner (actuated by a toothpick or ball point pen) and an LED in the upper right corner that I "think" indicates when the unit is in learn mode. Instructions on the box indicate that the unit can learn up to 50 different codes from remotes. It's too bad this isn't described better, and provision made for where to get additional remotes. The process of setting the transmitter's code requires internal soldering, and is not something the average user would be able to do.There are other DealExtreme controls that perform this function for a few dollars less, some sold in 115VAC and 240VAC versions. Unless you need the learning feature (and are technically skilled enough to figure out how to use it) this control is not the best value.And don't be fooled by what appears to be a third grounding pin in the receptacle. The metal contact in that hole is not electrically connected to anything. This is strictly a two-blade receptacle as far as function goes, although it does accept blades that are vertical (parallel), horizontal, or skewed as on Australian plugs.
    A nice, compact control with good transmitter range and able to operate at 115VAC or 220VAC.

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