Light & Sound Control Module
This Arduino based module is intended for use in a large scale building to control individual room lights and sounds in a random fashion to simulate activity in the building.
Four outputs can be used for room lighting of sound triggers. Output 1 stays on most of the time and should be assigned to a living area, while Outputs 2,3,4 turn on and off randomly at shorter intervals. (See Demo Video below).
Outputs 2,3,4 can also be used to trigger sound modules.
Outputs S5 and O6 are user programmable. They can be used to control animations, sounds, lights, etc.
And, if you are an Arduino programmer, you can modify our program for you own custom application!
A 12VDC supply is required. The open collector outputs can control 12V LED strips, individual LEDs, and sound modules; up to a 500ma load.
An optional mounting base and protective cover is available. The base provides a nice flat insulated surface to protect the PCB circuitry, while the cover provides minimal weather protection. However, the LSCM still needs to be installed in a protected space.