These boards are Advatek’s original workhorse LED controllers. The advanced firmware allows control over 50 different varieties of controllable pixels, both clocked and data-only. They have some of the highest density pixel-per-output on the market and they are reliable and rock solid.
The PixLite 16 MKII is Advatek’s workhorse LED controller. It features 16 individually fused SPI-level outputs, each able to drive up to 1020 addressable RGB LED’s (that’s 3060 DMX channels or 6 full universes per output)! The advanced firmware allows control over 50 different varieties of controllable pixels, both clocked and data-only.
The PixLite4 MKII is the PL16’s little brother. It sports a more compact form factor and has 4 individually fused SPI-level outputs, identical to the outputs on the PixLite 16 MKII. Using the same firmware, and supporting the same protocols, it’s perfect for applications where a 16 output board would be excessive.
The PixLite 16 LR MKII takes the capabilities of the PixLite 16 MKII and allows you to run the outputs up to 300 meters from the main PixLite controller. It does this by utilizing 8 differential outputs (kind of like a balanced audio signal from a mixer). Each of these 8 outputs terminates at a Long Range Receiver board with 2x fused SPI-Level outputs on each. Perfect for large installations where the LED pixels are spread out all over the place, far from the controller boards themselves.
The Long Range Receivers pair with the PixLite 16 Long Range MKII controller. Each receiver allows access to 2 output channels from the controller board (or 4 outputs if you’re using non-clocked, data-only pixels). Because they are isolated, they protect your circuit from grounding and power problems which are common in large installations.