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I volunteered to help set up a Christmas light show that uses LOR units. I have no prior experience with LOR but have worked on Allen Bradley industrial controllers. I am going through their LOR equipment and found a standard metal box with a label that says LOR1602W but when I opened the box it looks nothing like pictures of that model. Instead it has a controller board marked MC-PX and two 8-channel boards marked MC-TB08 V1. I can't find any information on this unit. Can someone tell me what this is?  

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To me it has the markings of a very, very, very old controller. Possibly one of the first types that came out.

I've been around LOR for 15 or so years, and do not ever recall one like that.

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In the top left of the pic on the board it says Light-O-Rama something something V1. That should tell you what it is.

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4 hours ago, Mr. P said:

In the top left of the pic on the board it says Light-O-Rama something something V1. That should tell you what it is.

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Yes that text is on the 8-channel output board. Says "MC-TB08 V1" Could be a zero or O can't find anything like that either.

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Received this from Light-O-Rama help desk:

... That is a very old device. Perhaps 15-16 years old. I am having a problem locating documentation for it. But it would work very similar to the CTB16D which combined those three boards into a single board. The biggest difference was that MX-PX did not have any firmware upgrade capacity. ...

I have an antique!  

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32 minutes ago, Mr. P said:

Maybe LOR needs to start a museum.  😁

That's exactly what I was thinking, or maybe they have one already. Sometimes called a basement

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