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    Default Re: ELOR Hardware Beta.

    The first mini-run is spoken for. I'm trying to keep the quantity down for a couple of weeks to see if any additional firmware issues pop up. Right now there's no built-in firmware updata capability, so it has to be done either with a prop tool ($15) or by swapping eeproms. I ordered 100 pc boards so there should be plenty to go around as of the end of the month.
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    If anybody has tried to download the ELOR KIT assembly instructions from SanDevices- that web page is not available at this time. Jim did send me a pdf copy. I'll email it to anyone who sends me their address via PM.

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    Default Re: ELOR Hardware Beta.

    It should be working now. In case it isn't, the file is attached.
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    Has anyone bought and received the ELOR? Please share with us your thoughts! Thanks
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    Hope to get mine up and running this weekend, to many other important things to do first.
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    Mine is built. Have not had time to test yet.
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    I have my ELOR together, and am in the process of doing some testing. Used the LOR hardware utility to set the address with no problems. I also made simple RGB chase sequence and ran it on my pixel strings. More testing in the next few days.

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    Default Re: ELOR Hardware Beta.

    Does anyone know if this would be compatible with the D-Light controllers?

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    Soldering right now. 2 more ELORs and E681s. kayjay, compatible in what way? D-Light controllers react to the data from an LOR network so the ELOR would not be able to directly control them. If you're asking if the D-Light and the ELOR can both exist in the same network, without first-hand data, I would say yes. But the purpose of the ELOR is to listen to an LOR network for the information used to control 4 consecutive iDMXs, and convert that to four 512 channel DMX universes transmitted over Ethernet. The other end of that Ethernet communication can be one of several devices. IE: A Sandevices E681 Pixel controller, or RPM's E1.31 to DMX bridge. If a D-Light controller were compatable with DMX as the LOR controllers are, it could then be controlled by the output of the E1.31 to DMX bridge. This is the way I intend to connect my LOR controllers this year.

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