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About bwolcott

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Santa Rosa Ca.
  • Occupation
    IT Manager

More About Me

  • Interests
    Halloween
  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    years ago on youtube...
  • Favorite Decorating Holiday?
    Halloween

LOR Software

  • LOR Software Version
    3.4.0
  • License Level
    Advanced
  1. Hummm just read page 4. So it looks like i will also need the LOR USB485B adapter? "The USB485B USB-to-RS485 adapter has a power supply in it for the transceiver" So a cat5 would go from the ELL to the USB485B adapter then another cat5 from LOR USB485B adapter to the Mini Director?
  2. Nice thank you... Yes I have the director in a spot that would requir a cat cable to be run over 200 feet and there is lots of foot and automotive traffic in between. The extra expense would be much cheaper than a lawsuit. Again thank you.
  3. Hello all. Question? I want to run a wireless setup with the mini Director. I made generic diagram below of what I was thinking and would like to know if it was posible somehow. Here is the standard setup What I want to do is get rid of the hard wire between the mini director and the controllers. like this
  4. No I think I found one that will work.. application/octet-stream
  5. Ok so do you know what the MIME type would be?
  6. anyone know the MIME Type of a .lms file? I have been trying application/xml but is there any others?
  7. What.... embarrassed??? Post your pics please, please don’t be embarrassed at all, we love all yard haunts small and large. We are not just your single family yard haunt. We have 5 households/neighbors that helped us this year. We also had allot of help from local shops and lots of friends. Everything is stored in a barn during the offseason at yet another friend’s property. It took us about two months to build. Everything was built in 4x8 sections and bolted together for easy breakdown and setup. We figure it will only take a day to disassemble and maybe two day to back up next year. If you have any other questions please ask away...
  8. It's done and ready to rock. This year we went a little crazy. We call it The Wicked West Ghost Town Of Jose Ramon Ave. http://www.srhalloween.com http://www.srlights.com
  9. Wal-Mart flood lights. Blue, Red, Green and Yellow. I’ve tried backlights but they don’t give me the affect I want do to all the other lights going.
  10. Nice Chair. Here is ours in action. I used a drill motor and a custom built crank to power it. The Video Here is the crank
  11. I use lots of color, Red, Blue, Green, Yellow
  12. Nice. Hey feel free to promo your props at http://www.DIYLightShows.com Once your in I will hook you up with a free marketplace account.
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