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So I am thinking about using LOR for Halloween this year. My questions is can you use the LOR Motion Detector on the CTB16PC. I read the .pdf about the motion detector, but there was nothing listed about using it with that board. I did read however, that the board needs to be in stand alone mode. Does that mean that if I used my computer to control the lights and it is on the LOR network that it won't work?

Greg

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LOR 1 = Must be stand alone.

LOR 2 = I want to say that you will be able to run a musical sequence. I don't know if I'm dreaming, or if Dan posted it once.

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You wouldn't happen to know if you can use it with CTB16PC do you?

Greg

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My money is on no, since hte CTB16PC can't run standalone. (It's late .. it can't do standalone, right?)

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Just add another reason to my list of why I am waiting for LOR...lol

Greg

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You could use a motion detector to activate a director's card to turn on and play a song.

Depending on your motion detectors setting, it may turn off during a song. If you only have one song, it will repeat - if you have several songs, the trigger of the motion detector may turn off during subsequent songs. So, you can set your Motion detector to turn on, play a song or two, then follow it will a sequence where nothing happens until the motion detector resets itself.

The director's card can control as many units as you want, provided they are linked together.

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Dale W wrote:

You could use a motion detector to activate a director's card to turn on and play a song.



Dale, I'm intrigued. I use the DC-MP3 card attached to one controller as a "Show Director" (see my post)

Are you saying that using the trigger input of that controller will activate the DC-MP3 to play? It (the DC-MP3) is powered from the controller.

Martin
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grandad wrote:

Dale, I'm intrigued. I use the DC-MP3 card attached to one controller as a "Show Director" (see my post)

Are you saying that using the trigger input of that controller will activate the DC-MP3 to play? It (the DC-MP3) is powered from the controller.

Martin

With LORII ... this is rumored to be possible.
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Don wrote:

grandad wrote:
Dale, I'm intrigued. I use the DC-MP3 card attached to one controller as a "Show Director" (see my post)

Are you saying that using the trigger input of that controller will activate the DC-MP3 to play? It (the DC-MP3) is powered from the controller.

Martin

With LORII ... this is rumored to be possible.

Oh Don, you throw out such alluring morsels :?..........I don't know how much more us lesser mortals can stand ;)
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Hopefully, someone at Plus 2007 will provide us a detailed update on the capabilities of LOR II as seen during Dan's demonstration.

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Denny wrote:

Hopefully, someone at Plus 2007 will provide us a detailed update on the capabilities of LOR II as seen during Dan's demonstration.


Has anyone heard from Dan? I haven't seen a post from him on either here or PC. I know he said he was having some troubles with the computers and stuff. I hope he got everything back together and is on his way to PLUS.

Greg
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Ponddude wrote:

Denny wrote:
Hopefully, someone at Plus 2007 will provide us a detailed update on the capabilities of LOR II as seen during Dan's demonstration.


Has anyone heard from Dan? I haven't seen a post from him on either here or PC. I know he said he was having some troubles with the computers and stuff. I hope he got everything back together and is on his way to PLUS.

Greg

We made it to PLUS:) I need a new PC soon!
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grandad wrote:

Dale W wrote:
You could use a motion detector to activate a director's card to turn on and play a song.



Dale, I'm intrigued. I use the DC-MP3 card attached to one controller as a "Show Director" (see my post)

Are you saying that using the trigger input of that controller will activate the DC-MP3 to play? It (the DC-MP3) is powered from the controller.

Martin
I have the MP3 card as a separate attachment from the show director.

In order to use a motion detector, you would:

You run a separate power supply to the MP3 card (to turn it on/off).

Configure your switch such that when it turns on, (after the motion detector is set off), you energize your MP3 card, to turn it on and off.

I did not do this last year. I used a timer to control my MP3 card player and got the idea for the motion detector then. I am still toying with the idea for Halloween.
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Dale W wrote:


I have the MP3 card as a separate attachment from the show director.

In order to use a motion detector, you would:

You run a separate power supply to the MP3 card (to turn it on/off).

Configure your switch such that when it turns on, (after the motion detector is set off), you energize your MP3 card, to turn it on and off.

I did not do this last year. I used a timer to control my MP3 card player and got the idea for the motion detector then. I am still toying with the idea for Halloween.




OK Dale, I see now. Not what I was hoping to hear obviously :? Thanks for the feedback.
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