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50 Addressable 1 Chip RGB LED Pixel Dot Modules - 1903IC 5VDC

1903 IC Digital Pixel Pixel Lights Art Car RGB Sign
1903 IC Digital Pixel Pixel Lights Art Car RGB Sign


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Create large arrays and pixel matrix color changing effects using our low voltage addressable dot pixel modules. This product is a 5VDC Digital Pixel LED with a 1903 type IC chip. Control each LED pixel using DMX control or any compatible controller for a 1903 type IC chip. Each pixel light uses 3 DMX channels and will flow in sequence from the starting channel, 150 DMX channels per 50 pixels. 0.3W per module, requiring 15W of 5VDC power per 50 modules. These modules easily install in any 0.47"(12mm) diameter hole. If you are not sure this is the right product for you please call and consult a sales associate before ordering.


Model1 Chip Digital Dot RGB LED Pixel Kit
Module Dimensions0.46" x 0.46" x 1.5"H
Connection Type3 Wire: Data, Ground, (DC+)
IC Type1903 IC
LEDs Chip Size5050
LEDs Quantity1 LED per Module
Module Spacing3.0" Center to Center
Modules Per Foot3.42 Modules
Input Power5VDC
Watts0.3 Watts per module
RatingIP65 Water-resistant
Operating Temp-31° ~ 131°F
Max Serial ConnectionUnlimited Depending on Control Source (Power every 50 Modules)
Lifetime Hours50,000 Hours
CertificationCE, RoHS
Warranty Period1 Year


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