The PixLite 16 Mk2 Control Board is a high capacity pixel control device capable of producing a wide range of professional grade lighting displays. Powered by our 2nd generation processor, this controller can drive up to 16,320 RGB pixels using 96 universes over ethernet.
An expanded mode option data only pixels ensures that users have the flexibility they need on hand, with faster refresh rates via twice as many digital outputs. The ability to make use of adjustable speeds on clocked pixel types allows you to optimize refresh rates or increase cable lengths..
Advanced mapping options are available on every output:
Null pixels | Zig-zag | Reversing | Color order | Pixel grouping | Brightness Limiting
The PixLite 16 Mk2 Control Board is simple to set up and run. Using lightweight software designed for each Windows and macOS, users will be able to discover and configure their installations with a graphical interface. The support of our Advatek Assistant 2 software ensures that you don’t have to be a networking guru to get your installation up and running.
Vital information such as temperature, bank voltage and device connection status can all be monitored remotely in real time. Everything you need to know about your PixLite devices is just a few clicks away.
Advatek is an industry leader with supported pixel protocols. This controller supports all the common pixel protocols such as WS2801, WS2811/12/12B/13, APA102/104, TM180x, SK6812/6822, MY9221/9231 plus many more. Click for a full list of supported protocols.
E1.31 supports unicast and multicast traffic. IGMP capability makes network setup for large sACN installations a breeze.
Supports Art-Net versions 1 to 4 for great compatibility. Art-Net 4 support allows your lighting software to automatically discover all universes for simplified setup.
Supports Art-Sync packets, allowing synchronization between many PixLite devices across your display.
The PixLite 16 Mk2 supports 4 additional DMX512 differential outputs when using the sACN (E1.31) or Art-Net protocols. Control your existing DMX512 fixtures as well as your pixels using one convenient solution.
Struggling to decide if your project needs a standard controller or a long range? Learn the difference between the two types of controllers and get hints on which one to use.
Power injection is one of the most commonly asked questions. Learn about what is, when to use it and how to do it properly.
Expanded mode allows greater flexibility with your pixel lighting and the ability to improve refresh rates when using data-only pixel types.
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