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COBRA Firing Systems
Slats are a stand-alone circuit board for connecting cues. Available in 18 and 36 cues, you can connect one or more slats to your module using slat cables.
What is a slat?
What are the Pros and Cons of using slats?
What is the difference between series and parallel slats?
What is the difference between light-duty (24 AWG) and heavy-duty (22 AWG) cables?
Can I use series slats and also fire the onboard cues?
I am using series slats, but I cannot get them to show continuity or fire?
Do the onboard cues fire in series or parallel when also using slats?
Can I fire the 18S and 36S slats on the same module at the same time?
What is the extra piece (shunt) that comes with my series slat?
What are the pin-outs on the 6M DB9 to Airburst 9" Adapter Cable?
What is the pin-out on the 6M DB9 port?
I already own DB25 or CEN50 cables, can I use them?
Can I use non-COBRA slats with COBRA modules?
Can I connect multiple DB25 and CEN50 together to gain longer distances?
Are the DB25 and CEN50 cables shielded?
What type of strain relief does the DB25/CEN50 cable include?
What gauge is the right angle adapter cable?
Can I connect multiple modules to the same slat?
Do slats have an input and an output/direction connection?
Why does the regular-sized parallel 18S slat have three connectors?
What is the pin-out of the 6S RJ45 (CAT5) port?
What is the pin-out on the 36S CEN50 port?
What is the pin-out on the 18S DB25 port?
What is the difference between mini and regular-sized slats?
Can I mount slats to varying surfaces?
Can I update my existing module to support slats?
How many slats can I connect and over what length of cables?
What are the best ways to protect my slats during my show?
Are the slats resistant to water?
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