christmas lights light-o-rama

cat0010

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hey guys, wanting to make a light o rama display this year but am i able to run it on 240v power in australia
 

fasteddy

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Welcome to ACL cat

Yes cat you can run LOR controllers in 240v. Most of us have actually stopped using the 240v controllers and are using DC controller with low voltage lighting but thats another thing

But all it is is a little bridge connector on the controller that will enable either 110v or 240v
 

cat0010

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thanks for that, am very new to this, are you able to send a link, from where i can buy this online from ?
 

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There are other options available to you other than LOR we use a range of options that are LOR but require a bit more DIY but are considerably cheaper and more flexible
 

cat0010

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cat0010

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thanks beacy, what are some of the products that will work ??
 

AAH

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It's exceptionally unlikely that you'll get any LOR controller that isn't ordered already by the usual 1st of December switch on. If you want to go with LOR gear then you are probably going to be better off having a post in here and see if 1 of the locals has the gear. There's been a fair few change hands around here over the last few months.
 

fasteddy

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Some of our LOR specialist may be able to point you in the right direction, jump into chat and have a talk to them, they are a helpful bunch
 
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