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RC4M-900SX DMXpix Dual Pixel String Driver


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The compact RC4Magic-900SX DMXpix, which includes RC4 Custom Pixel Profiles™, makes creating complex pixel patterns easy on two separate pixel strings with a minimum of DMX channels.

Operating in the 900MHz band — the fastest, safest, most stable wireless band — the 900SX system is recommended for customers in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil and for all international tours. This is the only 900MHz pixel string driver on the market and it includes the RC4Magic Two-Year Warranty.

Each pixel driver purchase includes one set of Phoenix Connectors.




The RC4Magic-900SX DMXpix is a tiny wireless DMX driver for specifically controlling two strings (or other configurations) of pixel LEDs. It operates in the 900MHz band, which results in increased speed, improved security, and improved signal stability.

The DMXpix supports all the popular LED chip protocols (WS2801, WS2812, APA102, LPD8806 and more). The RC4 RC4 CodeLoader Cable™ allows drivers for new pixel products to be added by simply downloading and installing firmware updates. RC4 OneTouch™, RC4 Commander, or wired RDM, enables users to specify the LED string type, DMX start channel, and various configuration parameters for each driver, making every LED chip protocol a perfect match for the DMXpix.

Need to create a pixel string with complex patterns and a variety of colors? The DMXpix makes it easy to do a variety of complex tasks without using excessive channels. Traditional mapping of DMX to pixel strings consumes vast numbers of channels — a single universe of 512 channels can control only 170 red-green-blue pixels. The DMXpix uses RC4 Custom Pixel Profiles™ to deliver the same design versatility and control to designers, while vastly reducing the number of console DMX channels required to render beautiful effects using up to 1000 pixel LEDs and generating up to 3000 output channels.

The DMXpix uses Keyframing, RC4 Custom Pixel Profiles™ feature, to create effects using any desired length of pixels, group multiple LEDs into larger “virtual pixels” if desired, and then tailor how the keyframe propagates down the pixel chain without needing additional DMX channels to do so.

Learn more about working with Keyframes and Pixel Profiles at the RC4 knowledge base.

Working with pixel strings with different chipsets can make color matching difficult. RC4 ColorMatch™, which is an integral part of the DMXpix, enables users to adjust the color balance of each string to ensure a consistent palette, even when combining products from different manufacturers, different control protocols, and differences due to variations in LED binning. By delegating this task to the DMXpix pixel driver, rather than managing this in a console or media server, multiple different pixel strings can be controlled from the same DMX channels without unsightly color variation.

RC4Magic-900 operates in the 902-928 MHz RF band, licensed ONLY for use in Canada, USA, Australia, Brazil, and New Zealand. In other jurisdictions, including Europe, Asia, Africa and international tours, our 2.4GHz RC4Magic Series 3 system is ideal.

All prices and specifications are subject to change without notice.

  • Dimensions:  2.4″x 1.3″ x  .78″ (60mm x 35mm x 20mm)
  • Weight: 1.1oz
  • Power Input: 6VDC – 35VDC, 0.4W idle, Phoenix 1881448 (mates with Phoenix 1881325)
  • Pixel String Ports: 2 x Phoenix 1881464 (mates with Phoenix 1881341)
  • I2C Data Port: 6-position (2×3) DIL header (2.54mm pin-spacing)
  • Series 3 Versatility: DMX pixel dimming, RC4 ColorMatch™, RC4 Custom Pixel Profiles™, wired DMX in/out, wired RDM input, Dongle Mode combined with an RC4 USB CodeLoader Cable becomes the interface for RC4 Commander
  • DMX Input/Output: RC4 3.5mm mini, USITT DMX512/1990 data, non-standard port
  • Pixel String Compatibility: WS2811, WS2812, APA104 (RGB, RGBW), APA102, SK6812RGBW, WS2801, LPD8806, MY9231 (with optional clock adaptor), DMX. RC4 CodeLoader firmware updatable to add new string types.
  • I2C Protocol: Communicates with host device as an I2C slave emulating 512-position read-only-memory. The first 512 memory locations contain current DMX universe channel levels.
  • Options: I2C address user programmable using RC4 Commander
  • Sensors: Input voltage, current draw
  • DMX Input/Output: RC4 3.5mm mini, USITT DMX512/1990 data, non-standard port
  • RF Antenna: hidden internal, omnidirectional

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