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  1. I am still stuck planning contrillers vs power injection
  2. 2nd page has the cropped side I have C7 & 8 , are you suggesting a C9? What if I put a controller on the top Ridge hanging on Exhaust Vent? Yes all controllers are planned under the eve at locations indicated P1, C1 for example. a drip loop most definitely, the eves ate 24: overhang.
  3. TheDucks, I am using 10 icicle drops of 7 or 70 pixals per 6.5 ft which seems to be standard. I will have to cut and add as needed to fit the edges. in my attachment I have a table showing the c9 & pixal count
  4. Icicles - Hmm... I wan to control each pixal and what color Zones: I try to keep the lights controlled by zones -just followed LOR suggestion, no other reason other then- for storage always 12V - limit power injection if possible
  5. Hi All, slow planning progress. I modified the roof line to show: Ridge rgb bulbs(blue) Icycles edge(green) 4 Zones dashed lines power outlets possible Controller locations Light string counts bulb counts pixal counts Now to figure out what I need to control and power them . Your comments and help is greatly appreciated Roof light count.pdf
  6. How do I figure the channel requirements
  7. MrP, it is around 757 C-9 for the ridge lines , and about 2200 bullet pixels for the gutter/edge lines. Now how do I calculate that to power supplies and controllers to Run off LOR is the question
  8. TheDucks: I only drew the ridges and edges, no valleys drawn on this particular one. We getots of rain so I need to make everything as water tight as possible. This year I struggled with accumulative grounds. I plan on adding a sub panel and 8 separate circuits . I plan on 4" spacing on the ridges.
  9. Thank you for commenting, My roof is visible 360 degrees, so it looks bare without it all done(though I currently do not have it all in LEDs 25% blank) Yes a friend recommended the GE lights and he is transitioning as they are no longer available.
  10. HI All, I am in the process of mapping out my roof Ridges and Gutters for RGB's. I need help with Hardware and the layout I plan on having RGB Icycles on the Edges and RGB on the Ridges See pic below I plan on using Bullets 12mm for the Icycles with the boscoyo icycle strips, and some type of light like the C9. I want to stick with the LOR if possible..Any help with the layout would be greatly appreciated
  11. They make a bracket that connects to the Ridge and another clips into it then the 1/2inch PVC clips into it. Can't remember the vendor that sales the bracket/clips. I'll have to look around for it. The Front and Rt side are all visible from the Street, the back left is only visible from The back but that is also visible from the lake that I live on. so to just to a portion is difficult. If you zoom in on the pic I placed a outlet symbol where I am hardwiring outlets in in the eves and they will each be on separate circuits. So power is not an issue yet I prefer to stay with LOR but a couple of people have recommended to venture out? If I can get same affects I am staying the route I started.
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