InteractiveHome: Good idea for the LED stair light
insane931: how could i do this in my house? my basement is finished would i still be able to install stair lights?
Eric Morris: This is very nice. I wanted to have a career in doing this kind of thing so I can install it in my own house, but I bet it runs up the light bill though.
abbtech: The version in the video is the one at a time (not the fast version).
The fast version just turns the lights on the same way but twice as fast. The ramp on style turns all of the lights on at the same time. The lights of all the versions all turn off the same way.
Robert Kubar: Hi Alan Im really interested in this but I need some clarification with the eprom:s available. What version is it in this video? Is there a video for each option lights ramp on together, turn on one at a time, turn on one at a time fast.?
TheRottiepups: can this be used outdoors
highonbetter: good friend of mine did this, he spent 400+ dollars on it
abbtech: Hi Worm wood,
Yes we do. Please have a look at the link in the video description.
worms wood: Have you got instructions/how to video on this project as I would love to do this in my home.
abbtech: Slow and steady wins the battle. :) That terminal block should be fine.
muradxs: Alan - yes literally a whole year since my last comment last NYE - im a slow worker - nearly there though!
Quick Q: I need to now move the control from where i had originally planned it to a further metre away. To extend all the cables I have installed through the stairs is it ok to use a terminal block ( you may call it a strip)? If so, is it ok to use 5amp terminal blocks?
customcreationonline: Good effort...please see my own led project
abbtech: The manual link has been added to the description.
The link to the kit can also be found in the description. We would be happy to provide you with red lights, please contact us through the store and we can arrange it.
Dragonslayer2065: I need everything put together please with red lights unless there are instructions on how to connect everything. You do have very good prices, I just need to know what I am doing as far as assembly on the circuit board.
MarcPro: I want to do this in my upcoming bathroom renovation. What would you recommend? I was thinking lighted floor tile, but I can't find any. Would like color LED, and be able to manipulate the color patterns....sort of like christmas tree lights. I just want a slow color change...or NOT..my choice.
lyov kazazyan: pls send me an email to email@example.com.I would like to get one.
kanatapaw: ooooooooooooo pritty lights *stares at screen*
you sir have talent :D
thomas syson: So what is the web address I can't find it in any of the comments? :-(
Maxim Maximov: I think it can be solved significantly easier: put two cross switches to start and the end of the stair :)))