i13 said:I thought Light-O-Rama had a DC controller that could handle up to 60V. I don't fully understand the setup you're describing but the problem is that none of the DC controllers adjust the output voltage. If you have it dimming 60V then it is actually flashing 60V really fast for a lower total light output. The flashing is too fast to see without connecting LEDs and waving them around. In my opinion another problem with Light-O-Rama is their pricing.
Inside the unit on the board, the variable speed switch has two wires going to it. The one going in is 60vdc and as you ramp the speed up, the voltage on the 'out' wire increases until it gets to the full 60v. This is what controls the speed of the flashes. I was suggesting getting a DC controller that can handle up to 60vdc, and wiring it in place of the switch. That way, as you adjust the voltage coming out, you can control the speed of the flashes. I also suggesting connecting a solid state relay to switch the 240vac going into the light, so it isn't sitting there doing nothing for hours, as its only supposed to be on for a max of 2 hours in one hit.