Your guide to the best products to take your lighting to the next level.
Synchronous mode is a method by which all PixLite® devices in a lighting installation can output frames together at the same time.
You’ve probably seen both Art-Net and sACN around and maybe you’ve even used them, but have you ever wondered what the difference is?
PixLite devices offer a unique ability to adjust the clock speed of pixels that utilize an external clock line.
With Advatek’s 3rd generation of pixel control firmware, PixLite® devices with dual gigabit Ethernet ports allow Ethernet loop-through and redundant network topologies.
With Advatek’s 3rd generation of pixel control firmware, PixLite® Mk3 devices have the ability to acquire an IP address through AutoIP.
Two common methods of transmitting information on a network are UDP and TCP.
What does it take to create a truly impactful architectural façade lighting design using addressable LEDs? Here are some important aspects to consider.
Refresh rates are different to PWM rates, and both play an important role in your design and which pixel protocol you choose to use.
Our range of pixel controllers put power in the palm of your hand and offer everything you need to create unforgettable lighting experiences.
Advatek Assistant 3 is a free application that allows our customers to discover and manage multiple PixLite® Mk3 (and future) devices within the same installation.
Our most popular long-range pixel controller has been re-imagined.
Advatek’s new long-range pixel controller system offers two unique receivers. But which one suits your needs better?
All Advatek PixLite Mk3 products are now UL compliant.
The PixLite® Mk3 E-Series pixel controllers are easily the most cost-efficient commercial grade pixel controllers in the world.