Simply plug in your lights and speakers and let the thunder and lightning storm begin!
We recommend NOT using dimmable LED lights. Click here for recommend high-wattage lights for use with the PicoSTORM (or get them at hardware stores, Home Depot, Lowes, etc)
Click here for the operating manual
LED lights will not work with the lightning simulators. They must be incandescent type lights.
Any type of amplified speakers (or an amplifier and passive speakers) will work. The lightning controller does not have anything to do with the speakers, it “listens” to the audio single coming in to decode it.
No, strobe lights are "blinky" and do not create an effect of lightning. The appropriate lights to use are incandescent, which are standard regular lights.
They are exactly the same. The PicoStorm simply comes pre-programmed with the storm audio on the SD card and can easily be changed.
Yes, you can use your own MP3 audio with this product.
Yes, as long as no more than 10amps of lights are connected to each outlet on the PicoStorm.
Up to 500-watts of lights from each of the two output light sockets.
The PicoStorm has a 3.5mm lineout female port – exactly like you would find on an iPad, iPhone, etc. So if your wireless speaker works with those it will work with the PicoStorm.
Yes, the PicoStorm contains one stereo 3.5mm female audio port. This is the same exact size used on computer speakers, iPad, iPhone, etc. So any speakers and audio accessories for those will also work on the PicoStorm.