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Power Injection with RGB Pixel Lights
Last Updated: 01/02/2019
For some projects, customers may determine that power injection is a suitable solution for their project. This page contains information generally about power injection, examples of how to perform it and HolidayCoro's support of power injection.

Please note that HolidayCoro by policy only provides power injection design assistnce / verification on a paid basis due to the complexity and liability invoved with improper design information provided to customers.

[Additional information coming in the near future - Jan 2019]





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