This is the control box. There are three toggle
switches along the top. They turn on/off the three
color guns (Red, Green & Blue). Right under them
are three variable resistors that allow each color gun
to be faded in and out. There is a white label under
each fader knob to identify the color. On the left is
a toggle switch which turns off all the color guns.
The next row of controls are for the eyes. The switch
on the left turns them on or off. To its right is the
speed knob. The black button to the right is the selection
button, and the red button next to it is only used for
programming the Cat-09 sequencer available from
The next row of controls control individual coolneon segments.
The first switch on the left turns them all on or off.
The next switch turns on or off the aqua horizontal body
stripes. The next button turns on or off the salmon colored
outer tentacles. The next button turns on or off the
central body tentacles.
Under those buttons is a rotary switch which connects the
voltage meter to the right to the 6 volt or 12 volt circuit
to give me an idea of how much power is left in each battery.
Above the voltage meter are two pushbuttons, one above
the other. The top one is a momentary switch which turns
the fish and stinger tentacle on or off. The lower switch
also controls the fish and stinger tentacle, but it stays
on or off when pushed.
Along the bottom of the photo are four blue cubes,
which turn the 12V DC input into the high-frequency,
alternatiing current which makes coolneon glow.
Along the top and left side of the controls are some
short strips of coolneon which indicate which segments
are lit. I need this when I mount 3na on the back of
my bike because these controls fit on the handlebars of