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Sequencing Software Models for HolidayCoro Products
This page contains all the models for different sequencing applications on the market. xLights xLights Official HolidayCoro Created and Maintained Models: https://zdrive.li/a55GmH
Death of the Grid (Object Oriented Sequencing or OOS)
Animated Christmas lighting is getting more and more complex each day and programming it all is becoming quite a task. This is an article we wrote describing what we feel is the future of sequencing
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
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
The Color Of My RGB Lights Don't Match the Color on the Monitor
Some customers will notice that when they sequence lights on their computer, the color shown for the virtual RGB lights on the computer does not exactly match the color of the lights. This article pro
Why do HolidayCoro Pixels Turn Blue Sometimes?
If your HolidayCoro pixels are not working correctly but they are lighting up in the color blue, this article explains why this may happen: When power is properly applied (positive and negative) but t
AlphaPix Evolution vs. HinksPix Pro
Differences between the AlphaPix Evolution and HinksPix Pro CPUs used in the Flex Expansion System The chart below shows the individual technical differences between the two CPUs offered for
HinksPix Setup and Instructional Page
Congratulations on the purchase of your HinksPix PRO controller. This page contains all the videos for how to do just about everything with this controller. Major Function
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
American Flag Assembly Instructions (Items #5, #137)
American Flag Assembly Instructions The following are the instructions for assembling the HolidayCoro American flags. Prepping When you receive your Radio Sign it may have
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
Technical Support Assistance Options for The Actidongle
HolidayCoro offers a range of technical support assistance options for customers to fit their exact needs. The following applies to all support options: Support is per controller not per inciden
Can I copy or merge a HolidayCoro Sequence with my existing sequences?
When adding a new element, such as a Pixel MegaTree to an existing lighting display that already has an established group of songs, customers often wish to "merge" a purchased sequence for that new el
Procedure for repair of a mid-span failure in pixels
This article details how to repair pixels (nodes, modules, strip, bulbs) when that length of lights has a mid-span failure. This process does not apply to pixels with one or two failures of a single c
How to make two Pixel Megatrees play the same sequence
Customers with 360 degree pixel megatrees may wish to use pre-made sequences for 180 degree trees and have the same content displayed on both sides of the tree. This article explains how to mirror out
Displaying one sequence on two identical pixel megatrees
For some installations where two 180 degree trees are used with two separate pixel controllers, you may wish to "duplicate" the output so that each tree shows the same sequence for one half of the tre
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