Where's the demonstration? I'm currently trying to buy one right now through a GSA vendor for my 2016 PI Utility to evaluate before getting them for all the other inbound vehicles. It would be even better if I could see it in use before buying it.Heading to see a demonstration on this in July. Getting a free pair of Sound Off NForce to boot.
This is exactly what I do with my 4200. I have inputs from my brakes and horn switch that change the light patterns. For instance when I brake, I intensify the pattern to the rear of the vehicle. If I tap my horn, the flash pattern changes.I've seen it first hand and have for a while. Honestly it's a direct competitor for Cantrol. If you are going to get SUPER in depth in your vehicle's setup, I would go with this system. It's considerably more cost effective than the cantrol setup.
That said, be prepared for the amount of work this setup will entail. It is very complex and can be even more complex with your intended lighting setup. I see this and Cantrol being at the top end of the market ast far as vehicle control systems. Know what you are getting into. If you are not looking to synch every aspect of a vehicle (and be prepared for the work involved), I wouldn't spend additional funds on it.
That's probably where the Feniex 4200 comes into play. The 4200 has the versatility to do everything with exception of the synch. You just have to know how to program and control the 4200 to do it. I get countless emails from people asking for help with the 4200 (not that I mind). Once they get the basics down in a few minutes they get creative. I've been able to create total vehicle synch setups using a 4200 and all Feniex products before. It's pretty time consuming but it was a fun project.
What this will come down to is what exactly the installer feels comfortable doing and the customer having a firm grasp on what they TRULY want and need.
As far as all of us that lighting addicts? It's a kick ass setup
I had no idea you could do anything like that with the 4200. I may just have to take a serious look at the 4200 nowThis is exactly what I do with my 4200. I have inputs from my brakes and horn switch that change the light patterns. For instance when I brake, I intensify the pattern to the rear of the vehicle. If I tap my horn, the flash pattern changes.
What I was told, yes, if Soundoff releases similar/more patterns they'll be added to the bluePRINT software update and won't be that big of an update to the software. ...just have to bring the vehicles back to the installers for it.Regarding the bluePRINT, can't the software be programmed to mimic the features you want? Surely, SoundOff can modify the programming to accomplish this.