The PixLite R2F-S is a pixel LED receiver that's built to last and has all the protection one needs for peace of mind with professional installations. Paired with a PixLite T8 Controller controller, the PixLite R2F-S receives differential (long-distance) data and converts it into a pixel ready signal.
When it comes to creating brilliant light shows in challenging settings, you’ll find you just can’t go past the slimline form factor and ease of use that you get with the PixLite R2F-S Receiver. This pixel receiver device is just the thing for those looking to create professional grade displays that span over longer distances.
The PixLite R2F-S features:
2 individually fused outputs suitable for data only (3 wire) and clocked (4 wire) pixel LEDs, each with up to 1020 RGB pixels. Requires any compatible PixLite T8-S transmitter unit.
The PixLite R2F-S is a compact, lightweight, slimline unit. It’s a pixel receiver device designed to enable users to generate displays using discretely mounted units hidden in tight spaces.
High current clamp connector for fast and reliable power connection.
The PixLite R2F-S Receiver features industrial strength fault protection on all inputs and data outputs. This makes this pixel receiver device highly reliable in a wide range of settings, and greatly reduces the likelihood of equipment failures over time. Short circuit and ESD protection, along with protection against common DC voltage levels, should be more than enough to grant you peace of mind on your next commercial or industrial install.
Each output also includes a 7.5A mini blade fuse which will help protect the LEDs and power supply in a fault condition keeping the installation safe. A built-in spare fuse ensures there is always a quick replacement on hand.
Use the 4 mounting holes in each corner to screw onto a mounting plate or directly into the wall.
Alternatively use the optional Din-Rail Mounting Kit
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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