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How to use HolidayCoro RS485 Based DMX controllers with your favorite sequencing application
Last Updated: 07/20/2015
NOTE: This ONLY applies to RS485 based controllers (dumb and pixel) and does NOT apply to E1.31 controllers. For E1.31 controllers, see this article instead.

This flowchart provides general information on what options you have when connecting our 3 Channel DMX controller to your sequencing application (Light O Rama, LightShow Pro, Vixen).
For additional in-depth understanding of the LOR and DMX protocols and what your options are, see our blog post "DMX & LOR Protocols and RS-485"


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