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Hey guys. I bought my first ccr back during the sale. Ran it last night along with a test arch abd all ran great. The one question I have is that since the CCR box is not waterproof how do you guys protect it from the elements. I live in upstate NY and the weather can get a little rough up here at times.

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Hey guys. I bought my first ccr back during the sale. Ran it last night along with a test arch abd all ran great. The one question I have is that since the CCR box is not waterproof how do you guys protect it from the elements. I live in upstate NY and the weather can get a little rough up here at times.

I just put mine in a Tupperware type container. I have done this for 3 years without an issue (except for my leaky cover). I would really recommend the use of duct seal if you go for the non weather proof entry connector.

Steve

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I stick the power supply and brains in a CG-1000 box as per attached page....... http://www.store.cre...losures_c19.htm

Great idea and thanks for the link to the product. I bought just a single CCR to play with and will incorporate into my show. This is my first year out and I was trying to think of a decent way to protect the controller and power supply for the CCR. This will work.

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I just put mine in a Tupperware type container. I have done this for 3 years without an issue (except for my leaky cover). I would really recommend the use of duct seal if you go for the non weather proof entry connector.

Steve

I use tupperware as well, I have 12 CCR controllers installed in one big container, never leaked in the 3 years I had my matrix

Also, great job on your light show Steve

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I stick the power supply and brains in a CG-1000 box as per attached page....... http://www.store.cre...losures_c19.htm

I use the CG-500. They are smaller than the CG-1000 and fit the controller and power supply tight, but nicely.

http://store.creativ...sure-CG-500.htm

Here is pic I posted last year.

http://forums.lightorama.com//uploads/imported/280604=15574-IMG00027.jpg

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