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Remote programming a ChilliPro2416

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Our new Church Building has a ChilliPro 2416 installed to illuminate our main worship area (MWA).

I have programmed a number of scenarios into the 12 memories - whilst leaning at an angle in the cupboard :!: but I haven't fathomed the sequencer yet.

There are a number of remote 10-button control panels installed, but it would be really useful to be able to dynamically adjust the lighting (outside the preprogrammed scenarios) - depending upon the activity in the MWA - from the technician's balcony.

The ChilliPro is downstairs and the balcony is upstairs, what equipment would we need to be able dynamically re-programme the scenarios/memories?

(I can see that the ChilliPro has a CAT5 shaped hole at the bottom of the unit.)

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In order to place this controller on our tech balcony, what would we need (in addition) to install this? Presumably we would need to ask the guys who fitted the ChilliPro to come back.

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We have our Chillipro2416i installed in a cupboard.

In order to edit the memories, I have to squeeze myself in at an odd angle to look at the control panel. :blink:

What are the options available to me (us) that would permit me to edit the memories away from the unit?

This would be particularly useful, as it would enable me to see what the channels were doing at the same time. :)

Regards

Q

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The Chilli Master Controller simply requires a CAN Bus feed which can be standard Cat5 cable connecting it to the dimmer. The Chillinet Master Touchscreen also requires a mains power feed.

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