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comment Solving for constant in probability density function
Thank you very much for your answer; it makes perfect sense. My mind was stuck in the world of whole numbers, and forgot the infinite amount of numbers in between.
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accepted Can touching connections between each WS2812B-LED result in a shock
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comment Can touching connections between each WS2812B-LED result in a shock
Thank you all very much for your comments, much appreciated.
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comment Powering a WS2812B strip
I think I'll play it safe and order two 10A @ 5V PSUs, which probably is overkill, but I'm sure I can find other usages for them later :-). Thank you very much for your help, it's much appreciated!
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comment Powering a WS2812B strip
Thank you very much for your answer! Won't mounting them in parallel (instead of serially) just reduce voltage drops? Or did you mean one 40W power supply for each 1m strip?
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comment Powering a WS2812B strip
@RespawnedFluff I've found several consumer level supplies for 10A (which seems to be the magic limit), I'm confident that I can handle the soldering part. I could reduce the strip to 3 meters and then using the 10A supply -- would you still consider it a bad idea?
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