Zedomax shows us how to make a Christmas light controller in 5-minutes or less. Parts needed include a CuSB22R from cubloc.com, an AC power cord , 3 AC Connectors, and a “bunch of wires.” Full instructions here. Video after the jump.

You can change the Interval=300 line so the lights start blinking slower or make a completely different program for your Christmas. If you put it on a deer structure or something, you can probably time it so it is animated

Zedomax shows us how to make a Christmas light controller in 5-minutes or less. Parts needed include a CuSB22R from cubloc.com, an AC power cord , 3 AC Connectors, and a “bunch of wires.” Full instructions here. Video after the jump.

You can change the Interval=300 line so the lights start blinking slower or make a completely different program for your Christmas. If you put it on a deer structure or something, you can probably time it so it is animated