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PIC18 four-channel DMX relay controller

Posted on Thursday, October 26th, 2017 in PIC by DP

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Glen Akins has a nice build log on his four channel DMX-controlled relay, that is available on GitHub:

 Halloween was right around the corner and I needed a timer with a bunch of relays to trigger some store-bought props and a fog machine periodically. (Mental note: read fog machine specs carefully—not all come with timer remotes.) My first thought was an Arduino and cheap relay board. Second thought was to build something with a micro and some relays. Third thought was that if I’m going to build something, might as well add DMX and package it up into a neat enclosure. Hence, the four channel DMX-controlled relay project was born.

See the full post on his blog.

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