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Discussion in 'LOR General Discussion' started by PhilW, Aug 14, 2016.

  1. PhilW

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    Hi still trying to get my display ready for this year (first attempt) all you expert helpers out there would this work.
     

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    Should turn out nice, but if you are using lights with power packs then you will have to be careful not to use dimming or very fast on/offs as this will damage the power packs
     
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    There are problems with your planned setup:
    • Plugpacks can have a delay between their input and output and it even varies each time. Like Fasteddy said, don't dim them.
    • AC controller channels can get temporarily stuck on when using LED light sets that don't draw enough power.
    • Sending signal through USB can cause stuttering.
    Light-O-Rama hardware will work but it is relatively expensive. Same with their software.
     

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