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Minidirector MP3 how to turnoff


Hugo B
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Read it I missing something:(

Useing Loop through showlist continuously is ther a way that the trigger will turn it off

or

useing the Play through Showlist I have around 30min 10song about 3min each of sequence do I need to added to the show 6 times

Would like the show to run from 6pm to 9pm

Hugo

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Steve Saunders

Mountainwxman wrote:




[align=left]From the user guide: http://www.lightorama.com/Documents/mDM-MP3_Man_Web.pdf[/align]

[align=left]the miniDirector is to be put on a timer or[/align]
switch to start and stop the show


Are you using an external power supply? Go to the manual listed above read the section on page 10 and use an external power supply that you will be able to interrupt using your timer. make sure you read it through page 12 the are some precautions for setting the power jumper.

Steve
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Steve Saunders

Hugo B wrote:

I have a Minidirector MP3

Got the timmer to send a trigger to turn it on

How do you turn it off with the timmer



Thank Hugo B
Are you using an external power supply? Go to the manual listed at http://www.lightorama.com/Documents/mDM-MP3_Man_Web.pdf read the section on page 10 and use an external power supply that you will be able to interrupt using your timer. make sure you read it through page 12 the are some precautions for setting the power jumper.

Steve

ps sorry William I quoted the wrong post.
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LightORamaDan

The timmer trigger that you use to turn it on, is it momentary or a latch?

If it is a latch that will then go off then you could tell the show to run once then at the end the trigger will still be triggered and it will then continue. Once the trigger is removed it will play through stop.

If the trigger is momentary then you would need to build a big show that will run through.

Or you can put a timmer on a power supply into the unit and turn it on off.

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Side note... It would have been a good thing to have a loop x times on the trigger option.

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Got it working

Took the trigger off

Used a 9 volt DC power supply

Was worried about removing the jumper

No problem you just pull off the jumper no tools needed

Hooked it up to the trimer working 6 to 10pm

Thanks everybody

Hugo B

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  • 4 years later...
robreza2003

I'm having same problem. I want to use a timer power strip. Do I remove the jumper and which pins are connected to the 9 volt DC power supply?

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