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DMX Decoder Relay

Discussion in 'DMX, E1.31 & Networking' started by zoobmarine, Sep 6, 2015.

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    According to that web page, the relays can be used to switch any voltage up to 250V @ 10A.

    You won't be able to dim those lights, only switch them on and off.

    Bear in mind that relays are best for switching occasionally, not rapidly as might be in a light sequence.
     
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    Thanks David, so the easiest way would be LOR? Or can you point me to a option that is not DIY? Thank you
     
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    If you're after AC control via DMX, a used LOR controller (CTB series) could well be the easiest and cheapest option.

    There are always people selling them as they replace AC lights with pixels, etc.
     

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