Florida Sunseeker replacing Intellibrite 5g with ScreenLogic

Tinaja

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Jul 15, 2013
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My beloved Intellibrite 5g died after about two years. I would like to replace it with the Florida Sunseeker board. My question is this: I have ScreenLogic. Can I use it to turn the light off and on? I know I can't use it to adjust the colors (not exactly, anyway), which is sad, but if I could just turn the light on, that would be great, because the pool is far away and it is dark out there!

It seems it would work, since it is sending power to the light?
 

Jimrahbe

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Jul 7, 2014
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Bedford, TX
Tina,

I don't think the EasyTouch will care. It basically just turns a relay on and off. I say this assuming that the Sunseeker will run off the same external transformer that your current light uses..

I guess it would help to know if your current set up have 120 volt lights or 12 volt lights..

I'll see what I can find on the Sunseeker..

Edit.. Do you just intend to replace the board inside the light assembly itself?

Thanks,

Jim R.
 
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Jimrahbe

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Tina,

I did not find a lot of info on the Sunseeker, just sales stuff... But what makes you think the EasyTouch won't work to control these lights. My guess is it will work just fine.

Keep in mind there are two types of lights.. 120 volt and 12 volt.. Make sure you get the right board.

Thanks,

Jim R.
 

bdavis466

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Aug 4, 2014
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All of the Sunseekers are 12V and all IntelliBrites are 12V. The 120V IntelliBrite versions have a transformer built in to the housing but the actual light itself is 12V.

I have 4 of the Sunseekers and they work just fine with ScreenLogic. The specific colors and shows can't just be selected like they can with the IntelliBrites but it sounds like you are already anticipating that.
 
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