Helpful Information

Helpful Information

  • I’m New, What Do I Do?

    The Basics Welcome to the world of Light-O-Rama and synchronized light shows! If you’re brand new, you might be feeling…

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Confused and have a question?  Chances are we already have the answer because you’re not the first one to ask. …

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  • Firmware Updates

    Sometimes you have to change the way those little computers inside Light-O-Rama products think.  The magic happens in something we…

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  • Documentation

    We’re not going to leave you looking for information.  Here’s more documentation than you could imagine. Product Description CB100D Cosmic…

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  • Unit ID Suggestions

    We’re all about consistency at Light-O-Rama but it’s easy to get confused because there’s so much you can do with…

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  • Support

    We’re here to help! Confused?  Looking for a little help?  We have you well covered. Light-O-Rama is a bit like…

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  • Warranties

    Light-O-Rama warrants to the first end-user all hardware and parts thereof against defects in material and workmanship for a period…

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  • Typical Setups

    Typical Setups

    How does it all fit together? Synchronizing lights, music, video and motion isn’t complicated if you understand how all the…

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  • 4 x 4 Decorating

    There’s little doubt the first time you think about a show and how to connect controllers to all your different…

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  • Setting the Controller Unit ID

    Light-O-Rama controllers are connected to a data network for communications.  In typical configurations the controllers are daisy-chained so each requires…

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  • Light-O-Rama Partner Near You

    Got a big project and need some guidance? Trained Light-O-Rama partners are a great resource. They’re easy to talk to…

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  • Where Do You Start?

    You might have the controllers needed for your computer to flash the lights, move the robot or trigger the smoke…

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  • Reset a Controller

    We have a lot of controllers and a lot of different ways of resetting them.  Here’s the official cheat sheet. …

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  • Use Your Own Lights

    Already have plenty of  lights and want to animate them to music and video using Light-O-Rama technology?  No problem. The…

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  • Getting the Computer and Controllers Talking

    Can’t get your Light-O-Rama controllers to do anything?  Chances are there’s a communications issue with the adapter as shown in…

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