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    Does anyone know of any good usb to rs232/485 adapter that works well with the pix-c

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    Check the thread, post 1 :-

    http://doityourselfchristmas.com/for...t=rs485&page=2

    I have two of what appears to be the same device to run my Ledtricks and the Renard 64's, on separate RS 232 Ports, they test out fine. Also in that thread is how to connect it up. I understand it is a passive device, and thus far no problems seen.

    Cheers, Terry
    [B]"Tory Street Lights", Nelson, NZ[/B]
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    Default Re: Adapter question

    Thanks for the info but I am looking for a usb converter I'm unfortunately out of serial ports and am running this off a laptop so all i have is usb left.

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    Sorry about that - my error, I should have read your post more closely :-(

    Terry
    [B]"Tory Street Lights", Nelson, NZ[/B]
    [B]2013 - "Honourable Mention"[/B] - 2013 Local Christmas Lighting Competition
    [B]2013 :-[/B] 11 x Ren 64XC's - 650 Channels, 45,000+ lights. 7,000 or so LED's this year:-)
    ----------------------------------------------
    [B]"Lucky Home" [/B]- 2012 Local Christmas Lighting Competition
    [B]2012 :-[/B] 11 x Ren 64XC's - 550 Channels, 40,000+ lights. 2,500 or so LED's for the first time :-)
    -----------------------------------------------
    [B]2011:-[/B] 7 x Ren 64XC's - 384 Channels, 30,000+ lights - all incandescents! 2 x Commercial LED Panels (72x7)!
    ------------------------------------------------
    [B]"Supreme Winner for 2010" [/B]Local Christmas Lighting Competition, 4 x Ren 64's - 256 Channels Controlled by Vixen - "Brilliant" :-)
    18,000 to 20,000 Lights - all incandescents! 2 x LedTricks Panels with "Pix C" interface's
    [B]2009:- [/B]128 Channels of "Hill 320", 4,000 Lights

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    Default Re: Adapter question

    I use the Hexin one listed here but with the triks-c and renards but not pix-c

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