The lighting for exhibits such as this can be controlled using the QS6201 if there are just a couple of scenes, or the QS6202 for more complex needs. Using the simpler device, the TeaParty show controller would be used to program various scenes (on, off, and various other changes as required for daytime, night time and show control type of use). The second option would allow for a lighting show to be designed and run on a lightening desk, and for that show to be recorded and replayed on demand.

These units can free-run, or they can be controlled using TeaParty which would allow triggering from motion detectors, buttons, or a time based sequence. Of course, show content updates can be done over the wireless link.

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