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  1. You need to make sure on the 27 channel controller. This only works if the module switches the ground.
  2. I used a converted PC power supply. +12V is yellow wires, +5V is red wires, Ground is black wires. attached is a picture. connect 12V to the module, connect 5V to the string the ground is made through the module, that switches the ground legs. the white or yellow wire on the output side of the module just passes the +12V through. I cut it off and tape it up.
  3. I used controllers similar to those with 5V dumb RGB strings using an old PC power supply. I ran the 12V and ground tothe controller, and connected the 5V to the string (and taped off the 12V output from the controller) since they use the same ground, and the controllers switch the ground ( - ) side this worked great.
  4. i3 2125 8GB RAM Win7 64bit 1150 Pixels (E1.31) 30 RGB DMX devices 96 DIO channels 96 LOR Channels 2 CCR No lag, delay or problems.
  5. Gene Autry's "Santa' Coming in a Whirly Bird" is probably my most popular song, its been a hit with the kids for 7 straight years. They will get out of their cars and dance and sing "whirlybird" then wait while the adults enjoy the TSO, MAnnheim and other songs only to leap for joy again when "Whirly Bird" comes on.
  6. I never tried dropbox, but figured I would try it , so I signed up with your link. enjoy the extra space!
  7. Is there an RSS feed for latest posts? If not, that woudl be nice to have!
  8. If I have a vote, the old vBulletin style is a lot easier to read. and PLEASE no new areas. I'd rather have many posts in one forum than have to scan across the known universe like at PC.
  9. Will there be any easy to read themes available?
  10. I know its not "the answer", but I had bookmarked this thread because I learned so much from others troubleshooting when I read it. http://forums.lightorama.com/forum75/31737-1.html
  11. pixeldigger


    another option is to use xlights. You can convert the LOR sequences to xlights sequences and run it that way. You can then set up the networks in xlights to control E1.31, DMX dongles, Renard networks, or LOR networks.
  12. In the meantime, I'm using x-lights.
  13. One thing I would find useful. When I choose a fade or ramp, or a color change (ie; red to green in RGB) It would be useful in pixel arrays to make them vertical instead of horizontal. An example is instead of channel 1 fading from red to green, I cane pick from channel 1 to channel 25 in the same timing mark as red to green.
  14. I have found these fuses before in Home Depot and Lowes, but they were in the appliance dept , with the Microwave ovens. Better still to just order them from LOR.
  15. I have some just like on the CCR, and a piece of dumb with the solid silicon if you still need it.
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