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About RouthHurwitz

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    Birmingham, AL
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    Automation Product Sales Manager

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    Anything using Gadgets and Automation
  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    Carson Williams - Lives nearby(Before we moved)
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Christmas / Halloween

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  1. dibblejr Hello and Happy Holidays. We just moved to BHAM from OHIO in August and I have been working on my system. I added a Singing tree this year and in order to keep it simple I only want him to emcee the show. I downloaded all the PAPA software from ITSMEBOB and I am running into an issue. Everything is good up until I paste into LOR. PAPA is set to 25Frames per Sec, I export and open in PAPA to LOR, I have a timing grid in LOR at .04 to match the timing, but for some reason the paste does not line up with the audio and I end up pasting in the middle of the song due to a negative centesecond error. All the videos and forums I have read this should just work, but I am missing something and I hope you can help. I know its the middle of the busy season, but I am so close and sure it is an oversight on my part. Thanks for any guidance. P.S. If you would, PM me your address as we would love to swing by and see your show.
  2. Might I bother you for this one too? Thank you. Routhhurwitz@gmail.com
  3. Can I get a copy please? RouthHurwitz@gmail.com
  4. Can I get a copy please? THX Assuming your faces are not in the file for your MEGA tree on the other post? Routhhurwitz@gmail.com
  5. Would Love a copy as well. THX RouthHurwitz@gmail.com
  6. Update: The LOR PS comes with Twin leads for Pos and Neg. I switched which sides they were attached last night.(Both Sides before and After measured 12VDC on a DMM)Reset The boardThe System worked through Hardware Utility with quirks.Steady on lights workedMeasured with a DMM all lights and 12VDC was present.Chase works, but would leave a flood or two on only on the questionable side after I stopped it. Including LIGHTS OFF.Would then need to remove power to reset and get the lights to turn off.Odd part was the lights staying on were floods 5,6,7 each time with one being red, one green and one blue.(All Wiring is correct to the board)Loaded a Sequence and it ran with standard operation no hang ups.Ran it all last night repeating the same sequence without issues.Not sure why it is acting like it is, but seems to be running properly if I ease into it. I will continue to monitor it as it is still not clear if it is a board or PS issue.
  7. Rayburn - Swapped the fuses. No Change - And we missed our opportunity on the game this year. Congrats Max-Paul - I did disconnect the non lighting floods and cycle them on the 'Good' side. Each operated just fine. The Floods are the Package of (8) 10W floods LOR offers. i also bought the (200W)power supply they have and I bought them in the spring sale earlier this year. The Power supply has twin supply leads allowing one per side on the board with spade ends to allow for good connection. They two input connections have been measured and produce 12VDC from each set of wires If no floods are connected on the bad side the voltage at the board on Channels 13-24 reads 12VDC. If I just connect one flood on the bad side it still does not work. The CMB24D Board is mounted in a standard PVC enclosure. It should be protected from any debris; however I will check again to insure something didn't get in there.. I was hoping for a fix I missed, but In the end the board may just have an issue. Any other suggestions? I am willing to try before I need to remove and send in. THX
  8. Okay Guys sorry for the delay. Flag football, Hockey, Gymnastics, Church, Hayride and a Pumpkin picking kept me from trying your suggestions. Then again these guys are why i am doing it to begin with. Update: Confirmed Continuity on all fuses again.(Everything Okay)Reset Board per DIP switch 12 - No changeTurned all lights on Full using the Hardware UtilityTurned on all Lights Full Floods 1-8 (Channels 1-24)Used a DMM and Measured Floods 1-4 voltage output while on white.12 VDC on all outputs RGB of Floods 1-4 or Channels 1-12Measured Floods 5-8 voltage output while on white.The voltage starts at 2.4 VDC per channel and increases to 3.4VDC through floods 5-8 or channels 13-24If the Floods are disconnected the Voltage measures 12.0 VDC per channel.When the floods are connected they look to bring down the voltage of the circuit and not turn on the LEDs.Any additional suggestions?
  9. Okay I am having an issue with the CMB24D board only working with half the outputs.(13-24) I have the following hardware and have simplified the connection to troubleshoot the issue. The unit was working in full capacity in my July 4th display. Hardware: · CMB24D – Board · (8) 10W LOR RGB floods · (1) PS-LED-12V-200W power Supply (LOR Unit) I am using the hardware utility to identify the issue and can only get floods 1-4 to operate.(all colors at this time). When I try to turn on floods 5-8 nothing happens at the flood side. The utility shows turning each output on and full functionality. What I have tried to this point. 1. Checked connections – All Connected tightly and correct. 2. Checked Fuses – Nothing blown 3. Checked power supply and connections – ALL Tight and correct voltage. 4. Connected each flood to channel 1 and check for issues. (Each lit up when tested on Channel 1) 5. Disconnected all Floods and tried switching them to different connections. Flood Outputs 1-4 work whatever flood is used and flood output 5-8 does not. 6. Looked for any shorts or burnt issues with the board and did not see any. 7. Switched Cat5 cable 8. Insured Cat5 cable was not close to any power wires. 9. Jumped up and down – No Result Any Help would be appreciated as I did not have an extra board lying around. Thank you – Chris
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