Looking for Fedsig Valor Tricolor ROC information

Cop

Newbie
Original poster
Aug 2, 2013
22
Germany
Hello,

I have a dual color valor in red/blue (split) and additional white.

I want to add a third color on the ROC and have all the needed parts:

My question:

Does someone know how the valor bars are configured to the colors?

1. via main control board
2. via convergence network
3. via individual programming of the module chip on the ROC
4. via parts on the ROC modules

If you have a tricolor Valor/Integrity/CN Signalmaster module, please contact me.
 

DaCityPolice

Junior Member
May 23, 2010
44
Washington, DC
There's a reset procedure for the Valor. I've never done it when swapping boards for additional/different colors but it helps the bar remember what colors it's forgotten.
 

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Jul 1, 2010
65
Texas
It works!!! I'm so happy. Many, many thanks for your help.

I added on the ROC new LEDs, resistors and Mosfets. After the Reset the new colors work fantastic.

Thank you! :)
Wow. I’m impressed! Any chance of sharing a part list and mayyyyybe doing an explainer video?
 

Cop

Newbie
Original poster
Aug 2, 2013
22
Germany
Yes of course! :) Here are the needed parts for 1 module with 6 LEDs:

- AO3400 A09T 5.7A 30V SOT-23 N-Channel MOSFET SMD transistor or any other SOT-23 N-Channel MOSFET
- 0805 SMD Resistor 1kOhm
- 0805 SMD Resistor 10kOhm
- 6pcs Luxeon Rebel LEDs

I will post a video, but it could take some months.
 
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