nearly there i hope !!

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  1. PhilW

    PhilW New Elf

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    I am thinking of this setup.

    [/size]computer to CMB24D (to run Vhttp://www.ebay.com.au/itm/2524​41412796?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l​2649&var=551301102472&ssPageName=​STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT)
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    [/size] then rj45 to CTP16PC to run my lights motifs etc,
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    [/size]then rj45 to another CMB24D to run spotlights (http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/10W-​RGB-LED-Flood-Light-Spotlight-Out​door-Waterproof-Lamp-Remote-Color​ed-Round-/112089940277?var=&hash=​item1a1914c135:m:mdLxE4yP5JYvEM9-​06CNHaw)
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    [/size]does this sound ok ??
     
  2. i13

    i13 Senior Elf

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    No.

    Your first eBay link is broken.

    The CTB16PC can't control low voltage lights because it is a mains voltage controller.

    You'll have to hack the floodlights to get them running with any DC controller but it may well work. It's also possible to buy DMX floodlights so you can send them DMX data in line with your other DC controllers. DMX floods are basically a floodlight with its own controller built in.

    You could save a lot of money by buying your controllers within Australia and/or from China instead of from Light-O-Rama. There's a list of them here http://auschristmaslighting.com/wiki/Controllers

    Please visit the chat. There's usually someone there who can help.

    This is a good document to read before buying anything http://auschristmaslighting.com/forums/index.php/topic,1889.0.html
     

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