Pico to Standard Adapter Cable
I have the SEED13xs, which is supposed to support up to 4 lights, but has only 2 pico connectors. I ordered the BRANC03 Adapter Board, outputs are pico, but the input is standard. I can't find an adapter, so do I have to make my own, are they not available, or is there another splitter made for the pico-connector power units?
Hi Chris, thanks for your message. Looking at your comments and then also at the product page for the SED13XS, I see my mistake. You are correct that the board does only have two connectors, and I see I indicated that the board supports up to four lights. We are releasing a new style of lights this spring that are pre-wired into groups of 2, in a "Y" configuration going back to a single Pico plug-- that is why I put the number 4 in the product description, and I now see how that is confusing. Apologies for that. What I can do is make you two Pico-to-standard cables that will allow you to use the parts you have. Will that work? If so I can send a PayPal invoice to you for the two cables.
Thank you, and apologies once again for the confusion.
Rob Klingberg Pico connectors 'Y' to two lights is a much better solution. I'm going to keep the splitter. May useful in a future project. ;)
Since I'm just in my design phase, trying to create all the 3d files for print, I just ordered stuff so I could model the parts and design how they will be installed into the terrain sets, so no worries at this time.
Chris Lewis OK, sounds good. Of course you could always make your own cables too with these two parts:
What 3D project are you making? Would love to see more details!