SanDevices: The Pixel Project
SanDevices: Universal RGB Pixel Controllers
E682: Pro Feature Set
The E682 expands on the E680
feature set by adding several 'pro'
level features such as pluggable
screw-block pixel connectors,
individual pixel string fuses, and
much more. Available as a full kit,
assembled and tested, or as part
of the PS1 pixel system.
Pixel System 1 is Now Shipping:
This is a plug-and-play pixel
system with no assembly
needed, for about $1 per pixel!
SanDevices manufactures the E680, E682, and E6804 controllers for RGB LED pixels. Pixels
are 3-color LEDs with a built-in intelligent controller chip. These pixels are arranged in
strings similar to standard LED christmas lights. The difference is that with RGB pixels, you
can control the brightness and color of each LED independently.
Pixels can be strung on trees or rooflines, hung as vertical strands for a 'snowfall' effect, or
arranged in a matrix. A matrix of pixels can be used to display images or even full-motion
video. SanDevices controllers are compatible with MANY pixel types,
including the popular GE ColorEffects lights.
The SanDevices controllers act as the bridge between your PC and the pixels. Lighting
control data is sent from your PC over the standard ethernet LAN connection. The
controller connects to your LAN also; it receives the E1.31 or Art-Net data from the PC,
and converts it into the proper signals to drive the pixel strings.
Each controller can operate up to 16 separate pixel strings (4 strings for the E6804), and
by using multiple controllers the number of pixels that can be controlled is virtually
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Your PC and E1.31/
Light Show Pro,
RGB Pixel LEDs
(up to 16
controller, 4 for
Madrix Authorized Dealer
Compatible with Madrix, Light
Factory, Light Show Pro, Vixen,
Light-O-Rama, and more.
The E68x pixel controllers are
compatible with a broad range of
pixel types including the GE pixels,
1804, 1903, 2801, 2811 (new), 3001,
3005, 6803, 8806 (new), 9813 (new),
and others. NOTE: The latest E68x
firmware supports 8-bit (256 levels)
of dimming for type 6803 pixels.
The E6804 is the newest entry in the
SanDevices pixel controller lineup. The
E6804 keeps the full E682 feature set,
but in a lower-cost and more compact
4-output package. The E6804 runs the
new Version 4 firmware. Version 4
adds support for Unicast E1.31 and
Art-Net (up to 12 universes) and
expands Multicast E1.31 to 7
E6804: Compact and Low-Cost