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Author Topic: 4 bars on a truss  (Read 845 times)

Frank D. Campbell

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Re: 4 bars on a truss
« Reply #10 on: July 10, 2018, 09:09:50 pm »

I will most likely almost always use a 10-foot section. Won't have much call for the 15 but nice to have it just in case. I will be leaving the 10-foot section together as well. My Controller is an Elation. I had someone program it for me. They made the top eight buttons into eight scenes. I didn't know if I could run some par 56 leds and two specials and be able to control them as well.
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Jeff Lelko

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Re: 4 bars on a truss
« Reply #11 on: July 11, 2018, 06:03:40 pm »

My Controller is an Elation. I had someone program it for me.

An Elation what?  Elation makes a wide variety of products from the very small/basic to large(r) and decent.  The specifics will determine whether or not it's possible to control more units along with some effect lights.  My guess is that yes, with careful programming and perhaps a bit of shoehorning you'll be able to make it work, but as an aside I strongly encourage you to learn how to program your controller.  It'll really help you get the most out of your investment and can also open up other possibilities for further expansion.  Good luck!
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