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  1. I'm searched the boards and there seems to be two answers to this question. I'm looking for insight from someone who has connected a 120VAC relay to a LOR controller output. Do I need a snubber (or a C9 acting as a snubber)? or Will the relay itself work without causing damage to the controller? This post says it is necessary. But there are many other posts that only mention a relay without a mention of the snubber. I have third gen controllers. My understanding is that they don't need snubbers. Does that apply to the use of a relay also? Lastly, is the snubber there to protect the con
  2. I recently inquired about a voice over from The Demented Elf, Kevin was really helpful, understanding, and listened to all my requests! I will recommend him to EVERYONE and his prices are extremely competitive, you wont beat it I promise! Plus, his service is just amazing. I would love some feedback on what you think about these voice overs and what your favorite? My personal favorite is #2 & 3? Any feedback appreciated!
  3. I wanted to have a place where our RPM DMX bridge and ethernet switch would be housed all together. The RPM-DMX bridge converts E1.31 into four universes of DMX protocol. More info here.
  4. Hello: I've put together my first 5 CTB16Kpcv1 kits. It went quite smoothly, however, one of my my controllers is having some problems where the led may come on, may come on temporarily very dim, or not all all. This is without the CAT5 being connected. So I need to trouble-shoot. Is there a published trouble-shooting guide that I can follow? Regards, Mike
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