This pixel protocol was designed by Jin-Jian Optronics in Taiwan. Very similar to the APA range, HD107S boasts everything APA102C brings, with a higher PWM rate and brighter LEDs. The control circuit and LEDs are integrated in a 5050 SMD package, which provides a small physical footprint for each pixel.
If you're looking for a company who will integrate these chips into pixel strips, Rose Lighting is a good option to consider.
Are you looking for HD107S pixel drivers that work with Art-Net or sACN? All PixLite Mk1, Mk2, and Mk3 products support HD107S as an available Pixel IC type, so get in touch with us to find out how the lighting specialists at Advatek can support you in your pixel lighting project.
Note: When configuring your PixLite device, select 'APA102' as your Pixel Type. This is the equivalent protocol that will allow you to use HD107S pixels.
|Color Resolution||8 bits|
|Physical Package||SMD5050 with integrated LEDs|
|Output Pixel Voltage||5V|
|Suitable Camera||Up to 87fps, see Refresh Rate and PWM Rate|
|Redundant Data Line||No|
|Red||400 – 700 mcd||620 – 630 nm|
|Green||1000 – 1500 mcd||515 – 530 nm|
|Blue||300 – 500 mcd||460 – 475 nm|
- Presence of a clock allows for faster refresh rates
- High PWM rate allows for filming these pixels with cameras up to 87fps
- Only 8 bits of data for each color makes dimming curves less smooth
- Limited to 5V, causing short cable lengths
- No redundancy in data