The PixLite R4D-S makes creating brilliant light shows in demanding settings a breeze. For professionals looking to make that ‘peace of mind’ purchase that makes installing and running complex displays easy, you can’t go past this long-distance pixel receiver device.
When used in tandem with the PixLite T8 Controller, the PixLite R4D-S can serve as the receiver of differential pixel data and convert it into a pixel ready signal. A long-distance capability is all you could need to open up a broad range of possibilities and make brilliant displays possible.
4 individually fused outputs suitable for data only (3 wire) pixel LEDS, each with up to 510 RGB pixels. Requires any compatible PixLite T8-S transmitter unit to be configured in expanded mode.
Compact, lightweight, slimline unit designed for mounting in tight spaces.
A high current clamp connector permits you to quickly and reliably connect power.
The PixLite R4D-S Receiver features industrial strength fault protection on all inputs and pixel outputs. This makes this PixLite device far less prone to failure over time. Short circuit and ESD protection as well as protection against common DC voltage levels provides peace of mind for commercial and industrial installations.
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.
The PixLite R4D-S Receiver can be securely placed using the mounting holes in each corner of the receiver device. Using all four mounting points, you’ll have a secure hold for that set-and-forget peace of mind you want in demanding professional lighting installations.
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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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