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  1. No such thing in LOR as Plug and Play especially the Pixcon16. The Pixcon16 is the most advanced pixel controller LOR has and network experience is a plus to make it work. Here are the steps you need to follow to configure the Pixcon16: Please ensure that you have AT LEAST S4 V4.3.14 Or Higher to configure the board. Some older versions may not be able to properly detect the Pixcon16. You will also need a Pro license as the Pixcon16 requires an enhanced LOR network (ELOR). Pixels have a front and a back (IN and OUT). Ensure you know which side data goes IN to. Pixels from LO
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  2. Awesome, now to figure out how to cancel a trouble ticket...
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  3. Ok, so when in the Pixel Console it is on CMB24 as in the picture above and I select the correct unit id to test. I get blinking/flashing as I fade a color up from 0 to 100. At 100 it holds the color fine. Last night I had all of the frames lit on white at 100% and my single 200w LOR power supply was powering them. When I went and ran a sequence the blinking/flashing happened at every fade. It looks as if white is flashed VERY QUICKLY during the fades both up or down from 100% of the programmed/sequenced color. If I end up having to add a second power supply, do both power leads from the
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  4. Thank you again JR!!! Your sequences are FLAWLESS! You definitely get it! Very cool you help so many people out like that! Lights feel like a fading tradition where I live and thanks to guys like you and James we have a chance to keep it alive! YOU DA MAN! Jim
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  5. I DID put up the two strands of icicles I planned. One over the garage and one over the front door. Had to replace the fuse in one. The garage has a gutter over it so it's pretty easy with the clips. Over the door requires clips to be installed into the wood. There is no gutter or overhang with shingles. A number of years ago I installed little plastic clips with nails in them, but over the years the clips got brittle and broke off so I just stopped putting any lights over the door. Yesterday I got up there and replaced all the nails and one remaining clip that was still hanging on and install
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  6. Is #14 at the end of the chain? That would be a good indication of a cable problem or a RJ-45 connector problem - either on the downstream port of the upstream controller, or the port on #14 that the Cat-5 is plugged into.
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