Light-O-Rama controllers are connected to a data network for communications. Some of our products talk at a very high speed (500K or faster). The high speed is especially useful in high pixel count environments. If you run a network at a high speed, make sure all the controllers attached can operate at that speed.
How fast can a controller talk? Think of a data network as a highway with a speed limit. Exceed the speed and unpredictable things can happen. You can mix and match Light-O-Rama controllers on the same data network as long as they all stay at or under the speed limit.
What does ELOR (Enhanced) Pro Level mean? A Light-O-Rama network can be an ‘enhanced’ network (via the Advanced Mode of the Light-O-Rama Network Preferences program). This allows intensity files to be used for controllers on the network, which can be especially helpful with displays having large numbers of channels and lighting effects. A Pro level license is required to use this feature. Not all controllers can be used on such a network, and some controllers may require firmware updates before they are able to be used on an enhanced network. Also, input triggers are not supported on LOR Enhanced networks.
Your Light-O-Rama controller must be running the latest available version of firmware.