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Are your controllers LOR Compatible?
Are HolidayCoro RGB Pixel Controllers Light-o-Rama compatible? See the information below on how to determine compatibility between Light-o-Rama software and hardware and industry standard Ho
Smart / Intelligent Pixel Controllers Compatible with HolidayCoro Pixel Lights
Our RGB pixels are compatible with a number of different pixel controllers. Here is a list of known compatible controllers: Controller Vendor/Model 2801 2811 1804 1809
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
Software Applications Supported by HolidayCoro Lighting Controllers
HolidayCoro sells a wide variety of hardware that allow you to build most any project but what we don't sell is software - and for a good reason. We believe there are many good applications on the mar
Light-o-Rama LOR CTB16PC Comparison with HolidayCoro AC Controllers
This page contains comparisons between HolidayCoro AC controllers and LOR AC Controllers Major Function Feature / Product Links >>> HolidayCoro Evolution AC16
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 using t
Setting up the ActiDongle for use with xLights
The following video shows how to download, install and configure xLights 2012b for use with the HolidayCoro ActiDongle :    
Setting up the ActiDongle for use with Light-O-Rama (LOR) Advanced Version 3.9
The following video shows how to configure the Light-O-Rama (LOR) sequencer application for use with the HolidayCoro ActiDongle :    
Do HolidayCoro Controllers Work With Light-o-Rama Software
If you have an existing Light-o-Rama display that uses either Light-o-Rama software (S3, S4, S5) and/or you have existing LOR controllers (AC, DC, CCR, CCB, PixCon, etc) and you'd like to integrate Ho
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