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steveV967

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About steveV967

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  • Birthday 09/07/1967

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  • Location
    CT
  • Occupation
    IT Manager

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  • Interests
    Carpentry, Masonry, Computers and all sports
  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    Google
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Christmas

LOR Software

  • LOR Software Version
    4.2.10
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    Pro

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  1. Thanks everyone for the replies! 90% of what I'm running on these are LED strings, I can guarantee I'm not even close to 15 amps per box, even on the ones powering only incandescent mini bulbs. I'm saying this because I have two plugged into one circuit, another 5 plugged into another circuit, and two plugged into a third circuit. One is a spare and the new 2 will be on two other circuits. I'll probably keep the 2nd power cable in the box, just not connected to any posts. Thanks again for sharing your opinions. I appreciate it.
  2. So over the past 4 years I've built 12 of the ctb16kpcv1 kits. On all of them I've left it with the Double Plug. I've questioned if I should keep it with the double plug or use the jumper and only use one plug. What are the benefits or disadvantages to doing one way or the other? Thanks.
  3. I have one I made, using the LOR pixel editor. It's ok, but I'm also looking for a 16CCR for my new pixel tree, wanted it to show something different from the first tree. Doc, if you wouldn't mind sharing, sc_venice@yahoo.com Notredameforlife, if you can use the output from Pixel Editor, I'll send that over.
  4. Thank you again, I appreciate you sharing with everyone like this. Blue Christmas (Elvis)Holly Jolly Christmas (Burl Ives)Wizards in Winter (Trans-Siberian Orchestra)Christmas Vacation (Mavis Staples)It's the Most Wonderful Time of Year (Andy Williams) It's beginning to look a lot like christmas (Johnny Mathis)
  5. Hello, I'd also like this if you don't mind. Thank you for sharing your work, we appreciate it.
  6. Thank you very much!!! Really appreciate it. If you are looking for any sequences, I would be more than happy to help if I have them.
  7. Hi James, could I get a copy also? sc_venice@yahoo.com
  8. Hello, If you still are sharing this, I'd love to have it also. sc_venice@yahoo.com
  9. Hello, could I also get a copy? sc_venice@yahoo.com. Greatly appreciated.
  10. Hi Sarge, Could I please have number 43. sc_venice@yahoo.com
  11. Bill, Thank you! BTW what version of the song did you use? Your overall time is a lot longer than mine. If I can return the favor, please let me know. Steve
  12. Hello, I was hoping someone would have a sequence for Barry Manilow's Jingle Bells they would be willing to share. Would be greatly appreciated!
  13. Hi hoping to get a copy of this as well. Would really appreciate it, if it's still available. sc_venice@yahoo.com
  14. Well looks like we found the issue. Tech support had me check the 8 pin RS485 chip by swapping it with one of my working controllers. My working controller then exhibited the same issue and the controller that had the issue worked fine. Hoping I can get one at radio shack tomorrow, or I'll have to wait for the replacement from Light-O-Rama. Wish I had noticed this issue when I built them, but it lit up. I didn't test it going through a sequence.
  15. I just popped them out and back in. Same thing. Really strange. I'm trying a simple sequence and it seems to be working. Every time I turn on the light and turn it off it works. I ran a 30 second sequence of turning the lights on and off every 2/10 of a second and it never missed. Not sure why the hardware tester is acting differently. Like I mentioned. My other two units are not having this issue. I reflashed the firmware to the same version, but it's still doing it.
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