The Proof of concept package is now in its third release after some valuable feedback. This new firmware, coded “VX,” is a complete independent clean room design. Author Post time Subject Direction: Yet I discover that this is not the case after reading this blog. There are a number of possibilities for further upgrades like pixel support and hyper DMX and other stuff. Furtheremore I did some test using the modified DLL.

Uploader: Mezijas
Date Added: 19 September 2016
File Size: 16.13 Mb
Operating Systems: Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X
Downloads: 63017
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]

However verified by several velleman k8062 Velleman decided to remain with the low speed mode and not velleman k8062 the performance of the K, probably to ensure backwards compatibility with the units they had already k80062. This enables faster transfer rates when when the data consists of consecutive vellemam. The development of this new software has delayed the release velleman k8062 the firmware by a few days but it does represent a huge leap in the development of this update. The potential is that of a reasonably good DMX transmitter perched somewhere between many of the “open” FTDI based units and more fully fledged firmware based transmitters.

Purchasers will have reason to be happy that indeed they good performance and value out of their purchase. Where can I find this modified DLL?

For rigs that use a small number of channels or don’t require high speed updates this may be sufficient. Velleman k8062 protocol used between the Velleman firmware and velleman k8062 software uses a simple form of compression in order to increase the speed.


To get the most from VX the m8062 size of the HID packets needs adjusting from 8-bytes to bytes vellemab transfer. I have received a very small number of samples directly from microchip and these will be sent ASAP to the more technically savvy who have helped out already. Velleman k8062 on the sort of interest and feedback received the project will be further developed so please if you are velleman k8062 please drop me a line.

Velleman USB Controlled DMX Interface Kit K

Also don’t forget to thank Simon for his excellent work in doing the linux velleman k8062 MAC port. This works out to be an effective transfer rate of bytes per second. This package will be uploaded to web shortly but Velleman k8062 the meantime I will happily email it to anyone requesting it.

The important thing for velleman k8062 is to get the chips and send them of to those who are on my beta tester list. Yet I discover that this is not the case after reading this blog. I will make some testing and keep you posted on my results.

It is a drop in replacement for the existing firmware chip and requires no soldering or circuit vellekan to work. Now you are talking velleman k8062 a modified K Instructions are included velleman k8062 the readme file.

This wiki will remain and be updated with more technical information. This project is now live! Sorry for the lack of updates. Furtheremore I did some test using the velleman k8062 DLL.


Velleman K8062

Velleman k8062 one would you suggest. The firmware then reconstructs the full stream using this velleman k8062 channel count plus the rest of the non-zero channel data. It was designed in a time where cheap microcontrollers with a USB peripherials only supported USB working in low speed mode.

Can you tell me exactly what you need from them in order to solve vellwman problem with Velleman device. The Open Lighting Project has moved! The third velleman k8062 of chips I ordered arrived overnight only to turn out to be something different from what I ordered.

If so let me know. This page is set up to provide information on an effort to add vleleman party support for these units in order to provide a full speed DMX interface. Ignoring the overhead in velleman k8062 protocol this allows for around 1. Wich one would be the best buy for me. I have found two devices that are not too expensive. Meanwhile I have search for a replacement device in case the Vellemenan does not do the job. We’ve launched our new site at www.