Pixel Show Starter Kit – Starter kit includes 400 12v xconnect ws2811 bullet pixels (4 – 100ct strands), 12v power supply for pixels, 8 to 16 pigtail pairs, 2 AC power cords, 10 ft of black and red electrical wire, and your choice of controller.
YPS 8-port – small controller that works with WLED and Xlights perfect for smaller shows or permanent lighting, up to 8k pixels
Wasatch Eight Port Ethernet Controller with Power Distribution to use with WLED and xLights
This is an ESP32-based Ethernet controller with a level-shifting eight port HAT to control 8 LED pixel strings and/or strips. This board has built in power distribution with standard Phoenix connectors for convenience in hooking up your LED strings or strips.
When ordering, select the 12V version for 12V pixels or the 5V version for 5V pixels.
What is it?
This is a board to control WS2812, WS2811, WS2815 and various other protocol LED lights. It uses an ESP32-based WT32-ETH01 board with a custom HAT that shifts the 3.3V signals from the ESP32 to 5V signals expected by strings and strips of LEDs. It comes installed with WLED software that supports both Ethernet and WiFi connectivity. This can be used to control simple animations of LED lights as well as receive E1.31 and DDP data for sequenced light shows from programs such as Vixen and xLights and Falcon Player(no paid license needed). This board has 8 outputs to control and power 8 separate light strings.
Genius 16 Output Pixel Controller – full controller that works with Xlights to run a small show to large show up to 20k pixels using ddp
- 1 Ethernet Port
- 16 x 3-pin spring loaded terminals (no phoenix connectors or screw down terminals)
- 16 x automatically resettable fuses (no replacing blown fuses)
- Supported protocols: DDP, E1.31, ArtNet
- Outputs the most common 3-wire WS281X pixel protocol.
- 2 independent power input banks, with reverse polarity protection. (12V only)
- 2 x RJ45 ports for long range receivers
- 2 x RJ45 ports for DMX output
- Configuration can be done via your smartphone, tablet or PC over a wifi or wired connection
- Per port current monitoring (RTCM: Real time current Monitoring)
- Per port pixel counting
- Automatic fault detection can find burnt out pixels, before you can*
- Repair mode highlights where you need to splice to remove failed pixels*
- SD card slot for log storage, and standalone operation*
- Simple & fast over-the-air updates; with ability to easily roll back to previous firmware versions
- Rich JSON API
- Built-in test mode animations
- Future remote monitoring via a mobile app; free to single-site residential customers
- Seamlessly control up to ~10,000 pixels using e1.31/artnet, or ~20,000 pixels using DDP.
- No banks or groups. Pixels can be distributed however you’d like on any outputs, with any number of pixels assigned to each port.