Copyright 2011-2013 SanDevices, LLC
Carmel, IN 46032
SanDevices currently manufactures two controller products for RGB pixels, the E6804 and the E682. These controllers offer a rich set of features unrivaled in the industry. Features common to both controllers are:
• Industry's first 12-bit pixel support with user-selectable gamma correction: (TLS3001 and CYT3005 pixels)
• Control of up to 16 separate pixel strings or strips (4 for the E6804)
• Any output can drive any number of pixels, over multiple universes, up to the full capacity of the controller.
• Control of up to 2,040 individual pixels using Unicast E1.31 or Art-Net, 1,190 pixels using Multicast E1.31
• Simplified wiring, each pixel string connector supplies data and power to pixels over a single cable
• Uses industry standard E1.31 and Art-Net protocols.
• Ethernet connection eliminates need for hardware "dongles" and special data wiring, just plug PC and controller(s) into your LAN
• Many pixel types supported including: LPD6803, LPD880x, WS2801, TM180x, TLS3001, CYT3005, DMS9813, GE ColorEffects, WS2811, 1903, 9813, WS2811, and 1-wire native DMX pixels, - more supported pixel types than any other controller
• All configuration and status reporting is done using the built-in web server
• MANY Advanced configuration options included RGB color order, string length, pixel grouping, pixel type, reversed and zig-zagged strings, 'null' pixels, DMX addressing range, universe spanning, gamma correction, and more
• Simultaneously supports two different pixel voltages (single voltage for E6804)
• Simultaneously supports up to 4 different pixel types
• Built-in test patterns to aid in system setup and troubleshooting
• Firmware updates may be done remotely over the network, no need for special programming tools, ideal when updating already-installed controllers since there is no need for physical access to the controller
• Outputs can be configured to send standard DMX universes (may be used as a 12-universe E1.31 to DMX bridge)
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