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intertek 962683 and PixelController F16v3

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All, I have recently purchased a few intertek 962683 pixel strings and want to connect them to a PixelController F16v3.
Has anyone had any experience with these?
They come with three 12 foot strips that connect into a 36 foot string.
They have 5 connectors in the strip. They are labeled 24V, DIN, CHECK, W, and GND
Most of those are obvious and if I use the 24v, DIN and GND, things look like they can work, with 1 issue: It will only work on the first strip of lights. The CHECK connection needs to be there for it to recognize there is more than one strip connected.
I haven't figured out how do get around that, if it is even possible.

FWIW, the 'W' is for the white leds, which are separate from the others. They are serial connected and are either all on or all off.


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When I had my Mac I had a lot of problems with the web interface using Safari. Same thing with Safari on my phone, I use Chrome on it as well. An FPP is not needed to make changes, that is used to run your sequences from once you have those created. Through the web interface, you can make all the changes that you need to as well as test your strips using the test function on the controller.

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