Hi from country QLD

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  1. dschuts

    dschuts New Elf

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    I've just set up my first Christmas display and am already planning my first PLC display next year, the static lights just aren't doing it for me.

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    Can anyone recommend anyone in OZ to purchase a PLC and software through?
     
  2. Adam007

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    Welcome aboard dschuts, where abouts in QLD are you from?
     
  3. DeeJai

    DeeJai Is that Magic Smoke?!?

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    hey nice looking house and a nice looking display, you sure you want to be here???? your gonna get the CLAP, and it will definately be seriously contagious..

    Welcome aboard.
     
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    Lots of folks down around you will be glad to help you turn that good looking display into something blinky.
     
  6. fasteddy

    fasteddy I have C.L.A.P Global Moderator Generous Elf

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    Welcome to ACL, you will find all you need to get up and running. But you dont need a PLC as they are the old way and dont allow for dimming unless you have an analog output which can be expensive with thye PLC route. The hobby has now miagrated to the point where we now have dedicated controllers to do the job which are far cheaper than using a PLC and also offer better lighting control.

    You may want to take a read of the ACL 101 lighting manual as that will show you some of the available control choices and software.
     

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