Announcing the Uila S!


#1

Just when you thought it wasn’t possible for LED buttons lighting to get any more interesting… Paradise Arcade Shop and Focus Attack have teamed up to bring you a new innovation in button lighting.

These lighting pads are designed specifically for seimitsu PS-14-KN buttons. Pricing and pictures available shortly.

Three models are available, all come with wires already soldered the base pcb.

Three models???
The Uila S Budget: Custom designed PCB with 2 bright white SM LED’s, 2 presoldered wires, for power and ground.
The Uila S RGB: Custom designed PCB with 2 RGB LEDS, 4 presoldered wires, common anode for power and three ground connections.

Figured out the new innovation? Introducing…
The Uila S Flash: Custom designed PCB with 4 LEDs (2 bright white, and 2 RGB) 5 soldered wires with common anode, with separate grounds for red, blue, green and white flash

These brand new LEDs will be available in the very near future!


#2

Hmmmm, interesting.

This will work really well with the custom LED PCBs for custom patterns. Can’t wait to see some pics and video of these in action.


#3

Hmm, someone needs to do a comparison test against the ArcEye when this comes out.


#4

The Uila’s are already out for Ponyboy’s buttons and have been installed in a number of other buttons. These do have a few component improvements, already have wires and are specifically designed for Seimitsus. I think both products have their own place.


#5

this thread needs pictures :smiley:


#6

Still, we need a ridiculous Top Gear-esque comparison with inane, highly impractical “comparison tests.”

I suggest figuring out which works best as emergency disco lighting for when your crazy uncle who still thinks it’s the 80’s comes over.


#7

hee hee, we can have the arc eye race a motorcycle


#8

Pictures are coming soon. Unfortunately I am out of town, and the Uila S’s arrived at my house. I will have them and Seimitsu buttons for demonstration, Friday or Saturday.


#9

Picture bump.


#10

haha, will do :slight_smile: There are a couple of videos also, I’ll get them on here


#11

Sorry about the bump but this seems most appropriate for this questions

I am debating on getting the Uila S vs Uila S Flash and I want to know what are the key features for both Uilas. I have a Sparky PWM and the FTDI Cable on the way and I’m wondering if the Uila S Flash is worth spending more money on

Is there a list of what both Uilas Can and Cannot do? Any help is appreciated thanks