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Offline ron

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Expected Utility Behavior
« on: November 24, 2013, 11:12:23 PM »
What's the expected behavior of the utility when you run it the first time? I have it on my PC, etherdongle connected to pixelnet hub, SS connected to hub. When I press the program button Transmitting blinks really quickly and stops. Should I see any activity on the lights?

Windows 7 PC
Falcon firmware on v1 SSC
SS connected to SSC

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Re: Expected Utility Behavior
« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2013, 11:44:48 PM »
You should see your lights blink a couple of times. 

what channel are you trying to set - remember 4096 is the upper limit

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Re: Expected Utility Behavior
« Reply #2 on: November 25, 2013, 12:32:37 AM »
What's the expected behavior of the utility when you run it the first time? I have it on my PC, etherdongle connected to pixelnet hub, SS connected to hub. When I press the program button Transmitting blinks really quickly and stops. Should I see any activity on the lights?

Windows 7 PC
Falcon firmware on v1 SSC
SS connected to SSC

Thanks.

First, if you are using version 1 or 2 and you have not done the modification, the jumper needs to be on the program pins always. Never to be taken off.

When you click the program button the lights should light and stay lit. The color will switch to a different color every five pixels.
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