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Controller Capability/Compatibility List - LOR G3 and/or Enhanced Networks


Jay Czerwinski
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I'm looking for a list to see what options I have with the hardware I already own.    Last sequence I did is really jittery/delayed and I am looking in to options.   Maybe just upgrade my firmware first and see if LOR G3 solves it.   Maybe I upgrade to Pro License and use Enhanced network?   Maybe I do something else.

 

My show is somewhat small and my setup is described below.   Thank you for showing me where a compatibility list is, or offering any advice.    - Jay

 

Running Windows 10, LOR 5.5.6  Advanced

I am on 3 networks.    Com port, network, adapter, order of units on network line with their channel #s.

Com3- 10 Units on Regular Network - 115.4k - Standard - USB485 (black) =   03 - CTB16PC Ver 4.40,  05 - CTB16D  Ver 4.40,  31 - CMB24D  Ver 1.02,  06 - CTB16D  Ver 4.40,  16 - CR150D  Ver 1.07,  18 - CR150D  Ver 1.06,  01 - CTB16PC Ver 4.40,  02 - CTB16PC Ver 4.40,  13 - CR150D  Ver 1.07,  15 - CR150D  Ver 1.06

Com 4 - 5 units on AUXA Network - 115.4k - USB485HS (red) =   41 - F50UV Ver 1.04,  21 - CCB100  Ver 1.21,  23 - CCB100  Ver 1.21,  25 - CCB100  Ver 1.21,  26 - CCB100  Ver 1.21,  27 - CCB100  Ver 1.21,    42 - F50UV Ver 1.04

Com 5 - AUX B Network - Lowered to 57.6k from 115.4k - USB485HS (red) =   17 - CR150D  Ver 1.06,  14 - CR150D  Ver 1.17,  07 - CTB16D  Ver 4.32

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Why lame AuxB if you don't have to (the CTB16D).

Move all the Slow CTB16 (V2) to the black, then  balance (number of nodes) the faster stuff onto the 2 Red adapters and bring up the speed (I see no reason to run below 115K)

FWIW COM ports are not relevant to this issue. You MAP the Port to the Adapter ( and LOR network ) on your system. (I mark the adapter with LOR net. I make the COM # use line up with the adapter on both my test/develop and my Show systems. The LOR Net and ID is what is important, since that is what is coded in a sequence)

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1 hour ago, TheDucks said:

Why lame AuxB if you don't have to (the CTB16D).

Move all the Slow CTB16 (V2) to the black, then  balance (number of nodes) the faster stuff onto the 2 Red adapters and bring up the speed (I see no reason to run below 115K)

FWIW COM ports are not relevant to this issue. You MAP the Port to the Adapter ( and LOR network ) on your system. (I mark the adapter with LOR net. I make the COM # use line up with the adapter on both my test/develop and my Show systems. The LOR Net and ID is what is important, since that is what is coded in a sequence)

Thank you for this thinking and suggestion.   I will use it when I reconfigure.      I should probably get another red adapter too.   

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47 minutes ago, Don said:

Just pointing this out for future time travelers...
This is a great resource. http://www1.lightorama.com/network-speeds/ - If the items you have all have a check mark in the same column, they can be run on the same network.

Thank you Don - this is EXACTLY what I was looking for.  I hate to post repetitive questions, but I did spend a fair amount of time searching on my own before I posted here.    Thank you again! 

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