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DMX + Power over CAT5 System Details
Some of our products are built on a " DMX + Power over CAT5" system. This article explains about the system and why it may or may not be right for your display. There are cases where
Running Legacy RS485 Light-o-Rama Controllers and RS485 Based DMX (E1.11) and Ethernet Based (E1.31) DMX Controllers Together
If you have an existing LOR network or controllers and would like to integrate modern, standards based controllers into that network, this page shows a variety of different options available to you. N
AlphaPix Technical Support Page
All support and technical assistance for the AlphaPix controllers can be found on this page. If you are looking for controller specific information, including purchasing the AlphaPix, see this page: h
How to terminate an RS-485 CAT5 DMX line
DMX Wiring Cross Reference
HolidayCoro devices that use CAT5 wire for DMX signals (excluding E1.31 devices) are intended to be wired using pins 1 and 2 of CAT5 wiring (568B) for their RS485 DMX input signal. If you are usin
Running E1.11 / DMX 1990 Controllers (EasyPix, Dumb Controllers) from AlphaPix RS485 Interface
The AlphaPix pixel controller has the ability to output legacy, DMX 1990 / E1.11 data using RS485 to legacy controllers such as the EasyPix , common dumb RGB and non-RGB controllers and devices such a
Networking Options for AlphaPix Wired Network Connections with Home Networks
The AlphaPix controller receives E1.31 data via Ethernet over a CAT5 cable, as a result of this, to get data from the PC to the AlphaPix, we need to send data out the Ethernet port on the show PC to t
Unable to Operate Message on AlphaPix / Network Troubleshooting on AlphaPix
ISSUE: AlphaPix displays "UNABLE TO OPERATE" on LCD interface CAUSE: This message indicates that the AlphaPix will not decode E1.31 or Artnet data because there is no network connection between the c
What is the complete cost / What is required for a mini-light animated character?
Thank you for your interest in our Singing Faces / Characters that use Mini-Lights. This article covers what is required to complete these products including lights and controllers and also provide ge
Wireless Networking Options for E1.31 and E1.11 Controllers
With the proliferation of wireless technology, many common items like thermostats, phones and TV's are now wireless and no longer require dedicated cables for their data "feed". This article covers th
Data Input Interfaces Used on Common Lighting Controllers
There are a number of different standards for controller interfaces. This document details the differences between these interfaces: Interface Name Protocol Wiring Typ
SMART Long Range Support Page
Welcome to the Long Range SMART Receiver Setup and Training Page Subject Video Overview of how Long Range REGULAR and SMART technologies work and the limitations a