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  1. Supported Pixel Protocols Click on the name of each protocol for more information and specifications.
  2. Pixel Protocol Overview: APA102 This pixel protocol was designed by APA Electronic Co. in Taiwan. Also known as “Superled”, APA102 is one of the most common protocols for pixel lighting displays. The control circuit and LEDs are integrated in a 5050 SMD package, which provides a small physical footprint for each pixel. ...
  3. Pixel Protocol Overview: APA102C This pixel protocol was designed by APA Electronic Co. in Taiwan. Also known as “Superled”, APA102C is one of the most common protocols for pixel lighting displays. The control circuit and LEDs are integrated in a 5050 SMD package, which provides a small physical footprint for each pixel. ...
  4. Pixel Protocol Overview: APA104 This pixel protocol was designed by APA Electronic Co. in Taiwan. Also known as “Superled”, APA104 is one of the most common protocols for pixel lighting displays. The control circuit and LEDs are integrated in a 5050 SMD package, which provides a small physical footprint for each pixel. ...
  5. Pixel Protocol Overview: APA109 This pixel protocol was designed by APA Electronic Co. in Taiwan. Also known as “Superled”, APA109 is the RGBW version of APA104 and is one of the most common protocols for pixel lighting displays. The control circuit and LEDs are integrated in a 5050 SMD package, which provides a small ...
  6. Pixel Protocol Overview: CS8812 This pixel protocol was designed by Witop Technology Co. Ltd in China. It uses 12V as its main power input for each chip, VDD, which is then dropped down to 5V inside each pixel for its logic requirements. This allows longer chains of pixels to driven in series. The control circuit comes in two ...
  7. Pixel Protocol Overview: DMX512 This pixel protocol, also known as DMX512P, was designed by Tianli New Technology Co. in China. It uses a non-differential DMX512 protocol to drive pixel chips. The control circuit comes in a SOP8 package, allowing for more flexibility with LED choice. PixLite Support Are you looking for ...
  8. Pixel Protocol Overview: GS8202 This pixel protocol was designed by Genesis-Systech in China. The control circuit comes in a SOP8 package, allowing for more flexibility with LED choice. PixLite Support Are you looking for GS8202 pixel drivers that work with Art-Net or sACN? All PixLite Mk2 and Mk3 products support GS8202 as ...
  9. Pixel Protocol Overview: GS8206 This pixel protocol was designed by Genesis-Systech in China. While the features are very similar to GS8208, GS8206 also allows for a constant voltage pixel system, via a parallel LED connection. This results in a more flexible lighting system, allowing up to 24V to be used. The control circuit ...
  10. Pixel Protocol Overview: GS8208 This pixel protocol was designed by Genesis-Systech in China. While the features are very similar to GS8206, GS8208 also allows for a constant current pixel system, via a series LED connection. This results in a more stable lighting system. The control circuit comes in a SOP8 package, allowing ...
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