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About kevinito

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    NC
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    IT Manager

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    5.3.6
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  1. Concerning the USB - I do not see a red option. The only two I see are the USB High Speed and USB Voltage Booster.
  2. Nevermind - I figured it out. The generic starter package offers more than just the software. Need. More. Coffee.
  3. Thanks for the reply. Yep - used the starter package with the CCC-II-with-2-CCR-II controller added. Screenshot attached.
  4. Good day, I was in the middle of purchasing a controller kit ( CCC-II-with-2-CCR-II) and then added the software for the pro version. It's charging full price for the software instead of the discount. Help? Thanks!
  5. Apologies for the delayed response. So, just to confirm - I can run "dumb" LEDs with the residential controller (and as long as they are dimmable)?
  6. All: Looking into purchasing a starter package here and had a couple of general questions surrounding the CCC-II and the CTB16PC-ReadytoGO. For the CCC-II, controller, does this controller only support two strips that is shipped with this kit (a total of 200 leds)? Link for reference: http://store.lightorama.com/newcococopac.html For the CTB16PC-ReadytoGO, it states that this controller supports a 9,000 light display. What type of lights (e.g. LEDs, old-school incandescent, etc.)? Also, can this kit support 9,000 lights as configured or will I need to add more components? Link for reference: http://store.lightorama.com/rese16chstpa.html Thanks for the information.
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