An isolated pixel driver board for connection to our PixLite 16 Long Range controllers.
Expanded mode option for data only pixels offers twice as many digital outputs for faster refresh rates and greater flexibility.
Conveniently connects to the PixLite 16 Mk2 Long Range controller using a single cat5 cable for fast, flexible distribution of pixels.
Isolation means any catastrophic damage is limited to the receiver only. It also removes any need to maintain a common DC Ground link with the Long Range control unit.
The long-range isolated receiver that you see here is compatible with Art-Net and sACN pixel controller software. Ideal for those looking to pair the long-range isolated receiver with the PixLite 16 Long Range Mk2 Controller and maximise the reach of this pixel control solution. For more information as to the protocols each of our pixel control solutions support, you can look to our knowledge base for our listing of supported pixel protocols.
Long range receivers address a different need to their shorter-range counterparts. At a glance, the first consideration is that electrical signals degrade as they travel, so it’s important that you equip yourself with gear capable of handling the distances you’re working at.
A long-range isolated receiver is designed to work with pixel controllers that use a more robust transmission method, differential transmission. They can discern and make use of pixel information in ‘noisy’ environments and assist in the creation of brilliant displays.
You can find out more with a look at our knowledge base. There, we have a brief breakdown of the differences between standard and long range receivers.