Hey everyone, Soo, I've picked up a set of lights to use externally (internal plug obv) however they'll be plugged in inside the garage. My plan was to plug them into a normal "timer plug" (the plugs with the mechanical wheel that allows to you to supply power based on the time. i.e morning and evening). However they default to crazy demo mode which isn't really the vibe I'm going for! I promptly took a pair of cutters to the wires going in and out of the controller and connected them back together (minus the controller) I then instantly realised that would never have worked as only half the leds came on. I'm assuming half of the lights are reversed polarity. So I figured I'd need to still use the controller and looking only seemed like a simple job of bypassing the thyristors. Sadly after opening it up the circuitry wasn't like any of the examples I'd seen. It only has 2 wires and and 2 wires out (so can't bypass). The control does have an "always on" option so I'm guessing it basically flickers power between the 2 so fast you can't see it. From what I've read I don't think it's going to be possible to use the controller. So, I'm wondering if there's some way I can "make my own" I'm comfortable soldering circuits so am thinking I'd need some components to reproduce the flicking the power both ways (basically making it AC again I guess?). I've attached a pick of the controller board just in case it helps and also the DC adaptor. Thanks for your help!