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  1. Hi, SVO4Turbo... I understand about your hard work... it takes a lot of time and effort !! I agree w/ChrisL1976... I have used a couple of RichardH's sequences because they were good (and saved me some time). Basically I did like ChrisL1976 said... gutted them and used them for timing and some of the ideas... but I certainly don't blame you for not wanting to share yours... Again, thanks for the videos and the 'How to' for the stars !!
  2. Thanks, SVO4Turbo! Any chance you will be sharing your sequences?
  3. Me too... registered at the site, but it just keeps going btwn the two pages...
  4. Hi, Scott... Email sent... add me to the list (one of the displays in Co. Sp.)... thanks... Dan
  5. I made my own heatsinks out of some 1/4" thickX 2" wideX 2" tall aluminum angle... I think its heavier than the heavy duty sinks they supply... anyway, it fit fine, even with the stand-offs on the enclosure...
  6. Two of my controllers are D-Light... they fit fine, but I'll measure...
  7. I'll measure and let you know tomorrow... As far as weather issues, mine have been in my yard in rain, sleet and snow (covered w/up to 8")... no issues w/the boxes or LOR boards (they are laying flat on the ground)... the only issues I had was one GFCI tripping when it was raining, and I traced that to one of the LOR power plugs going into the ext cord on the mega tree ... no issues w/snow...
  8. Those are the exact ones I used (9x9x3)... they worked great... no issues... I have 12 of them...
  9. For anyone trying to locate the LED rpoe lighs in Home Depot, the SKU is 682087... I just went to the service desk and asked if they showed that SKU in their system... They all said yes, but 2 of the Home Depots couldn't find them ! Go figure...
  10. Yes, I bought 1 at first to try... they are full-wave (flicker-free), very bright, and fade fine...
  11. HI... (I also put this in the 'Head's Up' section) I just got back from Home Depot where I picked-up a bunch of LED rope lights... they are 18 feet long, multi-colored LEDs (white, red and green), 120V, 60HZ, 0.1A... $14.77... I thought that was fairly cheap for LEDs... there are about 144 LEDs/rope (1.5" spacing)... they also have end capsthat can be unscrewed so that they can bedaisy-chained together to form a 300' rope... cool, huh? Each store in this area only has 20-24/store... the first store I went to was already sold out...
  12. HI... I just got back from Home Depot where I picked-up a bunch of LED rope lights... they are 18 feet long, multi-colored LEDs (white, red and green), 120V, 60HZ, 0.1A... $14.77... I thought that was fairly cheap for LEDs... there are about 144 LEDs/rope (1.5" spacing)... they also have end capsthat can be unscrewed so that they can bedaisy-chained together to form a 300' rope... cool, huh? Each store in this area only has 20-24/store... the first store I went to was already sold out...
  13. Anyone know if a MOC3023 (like in Sean's circuit above) can be used like in the attached block diagram... basically, to drive several triacs? thanks...
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