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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-15-2011, 06:46 AM Thread Starter
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overtwisted the srv2 on meanwell 60-48P

So, the srv2 knob that you're supposed to turn to get the power going to the LEDs, I over turned it and now it doesn't adjust anything.

Is there anything I can do or am I out 30 bucks?


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Ok, Talked to Mike over at rapidled (he helped me out even though I didn't buy the driver from him!)

He said that you could replace the SRV2 knob by resoldering on a new one.

Awesome.


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Ok, Talked to Mike over at rapidled (he helped me out even though I didn't buy the driver from him!)

He said that you could replace the SRV2 knob by resoldering on a new one.

Awesome.
Sweet, good to know!

Have you ever used the buck-pucks? And if so, do you prefer the meanwell's over them?


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Ive never used the buck pucks, but the meanwells are really simple to use.

I like that you can dim them using an adjustable AC/DC transformer. I picked one up at a local electronics store for 10 bucks, good to use until I figure out to work with arduino or someone builds a cheap controller.


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Ive never used the buck pucks, but the meanwells are really simple to use.

I like that you can dim them using an adjustable AC/DC transformer. I picked one up at a local electronics store for 10 bucks, good to use until I figure out to work with arduino or someone builds a cheap controller.
Arduino sounds like my next project. Learning code... fun.


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