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bryan.hurley5 last won the day on August 10 2020

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  1. Haha yeah that's why I cut it off so quick. I let it run for its full capacity, then opened my garage doors. The neighbors probably thought my house was on fire! The great part about the relay is the fogger will always be earmed up and ready to go at seconds notice. No need to preheat or anything. Send some videos of you get it up and running!
  2. Hey everyone! Check out my tutorial on how to set up a fog machine for your display. It all costs less than $50 with your setup! The Products I used are in the video description.
  3. No problem, glad it helped!!! I just opened a whole new world to you
  4. Hey everyone, I'm in search of a LOR servodog controller. Just wanted to see if anyone has one and is willing to sell. Thanks! Bryan
  5. Hey man, Check out this video I made a bit ago about how to hook up a fog machine to a LOR controller. The concept will be the same for a snow machine. Here is a link to a relay you will need. It is identical to the one I used in the video except it has an input of 220V instead of a 110V. https://www.amazon.com/Electrical-Buddy-JQX-13F-General-Purpose/dp/B07M85MYS6/ref=mp_s_a_1_1_sspa?keywords=220v+dpdt+relay&qid=1558791171&s=gateway&sprefix=220v+DPDT&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1 For wattage it all just depends on how many amps the snow machine will be drawing. The CTB16PC can handle 8 amps per channel. 1760 watts
  6. Sorry, should have stated that. It will be for a LOR Cmb24d.
  7. Hey everyone, Does anyone have a adapter or adapter with booster available to sell to me? I moved to Italy due to being in the military and accidently left mine in storage. I have a military post box so shipping would be the same to any US address and I will pay the cost. Thanks very much! I need to show these Italians how we do it in America Bryan
  8. Just search PIR sensor on Amazon. They are very cheap. I believe LOR has a wiring diagram for them too on their website. I've only used them for my security lights in my yard. They are super easy.
  9. Listentoourlights has an amazing YouTube tutorial that will walk you through setting everything up. I followed his steps to the T and it worked out perfect. The buttons can be bought on Amazon. Either 5vdc or 12vdc will work. Here is the video.
  10. Sadly I was unable to set up this year. I put up a few European lights but they are awful. I am going to go the transformer route next year like you suggested. I have a question though. In the states we run 60hz, here it's 50hz. It's my understanding that LEDs, since they are DC, don't really care about hz. Is this correct? The hz difference shouldn't damage my lights?
  11. Just ordered 200 feet of the cable. Since the cord has 8 wires, do you just use four and leave the other? Or do you double up and use to wires per terminal like the other user suggested?
  12. Didn't think about this. Cable is pretty cheap also. Thank you
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