What the Sunbeam Lightbus can't do, namely programming of lighting effects, is no problem for mCubed's T-Balancer. Its channels can be assigned a variety of different effects via USB and an easy-to-use software program. The controller comes as either an external box or an internal expansion card, both of which employ the same basic hardware. Mechanically, the internal T-Balancer looks like a PCI card, but it has no connection with the PCI bus. The connection is accomplished via USB port. Our complete T-Balancer test may be found here .
External USB version of the T-Balancer
Internal card, but no PCI interface
This allows you to individually program the T-Balancer's four channels
The new command center controls lights and fans and monitors the PC with heat sensors
The video files below show only a fraction of the range of possibilities offered by the T-Balancer.
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- Dual Utility: System Fan With LEDs
- Logisys: FAN With 9 LEDs
- Sharkoon Rainbow Fan: A Class-Act Light Show
- Sharkoon UV Strobe Fan: UV-Sensitive
- Thermaltake UFO: Blinking Saucer
- Overview: Illuminated 80mm Fans
- Light-Up 120mm Fans With LEDs
- Antec 3 TriCool: Three-Gear Shifting System
- Cooler Mate CMT-ALF-12S: Heavy Metal
- Light Sticks: May The Force Be With You
- Mini-CCFLs: Size Is Not What Matters
- PC Spotlight: Light Off, Spot On
- Sunbeam Lightbus Controller With 625 Lighting Effects
- MCubed T-Balancer: Programming Your Own Lighting Effects
- Out Of The Ordinary: Case Chassis From Sunbeam
- Lighted Components