Version 2.0 has fewer components required for the build and is a bit smaller than the previous version.
Eliminate the need to run cables to your remote boxes by adding this WiFi adapter to your setup. This works great for setups where an ethernet cable is not practical such as a display that crosses a road between neighboring houses.
The board is simply plugged into the 20-pin header at the right of the board, and a short patch cable (included) is used to connect to the board. With this setup you can still daisy-chain additional controllers.
The adapter comes as a kit and includes the Ethernet patch cable and programmed wireless board so that there is nothing else to buy. Details on configuring the board may be found by reading How to set up your CTB16PCG3 Wireless Adapter.
This version is only for the CTB16PCG3 Light-O-Rama board. To confirm you have this board you should see a 20-pin header at the top of the board and the name CTB16PCG3 silkscreened at the top right similar to the images below. If your board has the header on the right of the board you will need to purchase the CTB16PC WiFi Controller instead.