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Does it matter what cable you use? Do they have to come from Dan. I am thinking about getting one of these incase the wireless part falls through.

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CAT5e Network Patch Cable
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Brad Caudill wrote:

Does it matter what cable you use? Do they have to come from Dan. I am thinking about getting one of these incase the wireless part falls through.

Brad:

The ELL's will work fine. Just follow what John said last night and you will be good to go. John helped me out this summer and he got all the bugs out of the units - mine ran my Halloween sequences perfect. The double install that happens when you first connect the USB to serial box at first confused me, but once it is in you will find it to be invisible to your work. The ELL's are a great product - makes the wiring job basically plug into AC and play.

Mike
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radioguy1007 wrote:

Just follow what John said last night and you will be good to go. John helped me out this summer and he got all the bugs out of the units -

Hey Mike,

So what did John say? It's not on this post.

Thanks,

Tom
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