Description: EL inverters allow you to drive EL (electroluminescent) wires. This particular EL inverter accepts a 12 VDC wall adapter. The output is terminated with a JST PH connector, so it plugs directly into the input on the EL Escudo or EL Sequencer board. You can drive EL wires with them directly, but you may need to re-terminate them. There is also a small switch on the side which allows you to switch between ‘on’, ‘off’, and ‘blink’ settings.
Note: These should be good to drive 10-15m worth of EL wire.
(The video states they are 6 foot in length, but they are actually 10 feet in length)
Based on 3 ratings:
Seems to work fine so far. The lights had the same connector so we had to cut them out and hand wire the cables. You’d think the two would know about each other’s connectors.
Opened up the houseing and tied in the components into another board to control pretty easily
Nicely built, however the unit is not encased in hard epoxy so there is a loud high pitch wine when it is powered. This is caused by the transformer winding’s vibrating with the high frequency. It can be greatly reduced by encasement.