LED Cluster Control Interface



Design by
Bill Vorn
Montréal (Québec) Canada
© 2004

Circuit design, electronics, programming by
Martin Peach





The LED Cluster Control Interface is a 8-channel device that converts MIDI and OpenSoundControl messages to 24 VAC pulses. These pulses can be used to trigger LED clusters or any device accepting 24 VAC control signals (trigs or gates). It is based on the Rabbit 3700 microcontroller and uses a custom MOSFET transistor board.


Front view

Back view



Technical Specs



• Dimensions

• AC Power

• Output

• Input

9 (H) x 48 (W) x 15 (D) cm

110 VAC 60 Hz

24 VAC, 8 outputs (XLR3)

Ethernet (RJ45), MIDI (DIN5)


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