Item number: LCO-1065-01

EAN: 4260263421189

Category: ArtNet/E1.31

USB and Artnet interface to control pixels of LED strips, LED stripes, and LED tape
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349,99 €

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  •   MADRIX NEBULA is a hardware interface to control your digital LED strips, LED stripes, and LED tape
  •   It is an advanced SPI converter and LED pixel tape driver
  •   Additional LED types will be supported with future firmware updates
  •   Drives up to 1360 RGB pixels (8 DMX universes / 4096 DMX Channels / 4096 single-color pixels / 1024 RGBW pixels) distributed equally over 2 ports
  •   Supports a signal frequency of up to 24 MHz
  •   The output protocol can be set separately for each of the 2 ports
  •   Directly connects to the LEDs via 4-pin screw terminals
  •   Provides flexible power options: over USB (5 V) or via screw terminal (5 V to 24 V / 12 A) as well as routing through to LEDs with up to 6 A maximum load per port with various options on how to connect LEDs, power, and MADRIX NEBULA
  •   Receives data over Ethernet network (Art-Net and/or Streaming ACN)
  •   Can also be used as MADRIX USB interface
  •   Works great with the MADRIX Software (sold separately) with quick and easy installation
  •   Sync Mode: MADRIX Software and hardware allow you to synchronize Art-Net data for all output ports and even across multiple devices to get an optimal image on the LEDs without visual interruptions
  •   Complies with the official specifications of Art-Net and Streaming ACN and can be used as regular network unit with other 3rd-party consoles, controllers, or software solutions
  •   Automatic HTP merging for two Art-Net sources
  •   2 Ethernet ports with daisy chain support for the data connection without using a separate network switch or router
  •   Useful settings for channels per universe, start channel, channel order, and output in case of connection loss, and more
  •   9 status LEDs, which can be turned off
  •   Built-in web page for simple on-device configuration
  •   Can be mounted on 35 mm DIN rails or walls via the provided wall mount brackets
  •   Non-conductive enclosure with IP20 and UL94 V-O flammability rating
  •   Fanless, noiseless, and low-energy design
  •   Ready within seconds after startup
  •   Recommended for any small or large project
  •   Multiple devices can be used together without problems
  •   The firmware is upgradable for future features
  •   Quick start guide / technical manual available in English and German
  •   User manuals also available at
  •   Made in Germany
  •   More information available at
  •   Power supply of device: Mains Input Socket (M) fehlt provided
Technical specifications
Power supply: DC 5 V - 24 V, A) via 2-pin screw terminal (12 A max.), B) via 5 V USB, C) via Port 1 or 2 sourced from LEDs; 6 A max. load per port when supplying through to LEDs
Power consumption: lower 1.5 W during normal operation (300 mA max.)
Data output: 8x 512 channels SPI TTL (Maximum output per port: 680 RGB LEDs / 512 RGBW LEDs / 2048 1-channel LEDs)
Ports: 2x ports (via 2x 4-pin screw terminals)
Ethernet: 2x RJ45, Auto MDI-X, 10/100 MBit/s (compatible with 1 GBit/s)
USB: USB 2.0, type B port
Case: Non-conductive, IP20, UL94 V-0 flammability rating, designed for 35 mm DIN rails or wall mounting
Dimensions: 92 mm x 70 mm x 45 mm (length x width x height)
Temperature range: - 10 °C to 70 °C (Operating) | - 20 °C to 85 °C (Storage)
Relative humidity: 5 % to 80 %, non-condensing (Operating / Storage)
Delivery included: 1 Controller


supported Pixel

Currently the following pixels are supported:

APA101 / APA102 / APA104 / APA106 / GW6201 / GW6205 / LPD1882S / LPD6803 / LPD8806 / MBI6120 / P9883 / SJ1221 / SK6812 / SK6822 / SM16703 / SM16716 / TLS3001 / TLS3008 / TM1804 / TM1809 / TM1812 / TM1814 / TM1829 / UCS1903 / UCS512B3, UCS8904, UCS9812S, WS2801 / WS2803 / WS2811 / WS2811S / WS2812 / WS2812B / WS2813 / WS2815 / WS2818 / WS2822S / WS2822S Addressing (As of July 2018)