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I have been using LOR for the last five years. My display consists of 60% dynamic and 40% static. The static has recently been transformed to LED. I want to control about 15 amps of power using the computer. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to? Please let me know. I'm all for x10.

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You could use a relay that has a 110vac coil and control it with an LOR channel. The diagram below shows how to wire it so one receptacle has power when the LOR channel is on and the other has power when the LOR channel is off. You plug the cord going to the relay coil into the controller channel and the other cord goes to a receptacle that is always on.

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  • 4 weeks later...

I see what you are saying about it not looking correct.

 

The intention with that diagram is that the breakaway tabs on the receptacle be removed between the two screws on each side. Think of it as two separate receptacles. One will be on when the relay is powered and the other will be on when the relay isn't powered. You could use one for static display elements and the other for security lights after the show. Sorry for the confusion. 

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