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Author Topic: What's the best way to wire the Ipac Ultimate to IL lumination RGB LEDs?  (Read 1317 times)

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I've been a long time lurker here on these boards, and I first want to give a very big THANK YOU to everyone who has posted/commented around here. Your help has been absolutely amazing!

I've constructed a 4 player arcade cabinet, and am about to begin the long, grueling task of wiring my control panel.

I chose the same/similar button/LED combo from Chance's Flynn Arcade, which was iL PSL-L/CV Translucent with Black Convex Plunger  with IL-lumination RGB from Paradise Arcade.

Unlike Chance's, I went with the I-Pac Ultimate IO board from Ultimarc, which seems to require Dupont 2.54mm (0.1") 4 pin connectors for the RGB setup, but this just seems like a HELL OF A LOT of crimping work.

My current research has led me to Pololu, who sells pre-crimped cables of different colors at different lengths, and that would leave me with only needing to crimp 4 RGB led wires for each button. (

I'm looking for some guidance on what the easiest way to wire all these connections will be, and curious to what others have come up with for their solutions.

So my question is: Has anyone wired IL Lumination RGB LEDs to the ultimarc ipac ultimate board? If so, what connectors/harnesses are you using? Is there a pre-baked solution for this somewhere already?