Be in control!
With 2,048 DMX channels per output, you get a total of 4,096 DMX channel at your disposal from the Pixel Triton, allowing you to drive up to 1,360 individual RGB pixels. Still not enough? Then daisy chain your Tritons with RJ45 Ethernet connectors to extend your set-up.
The Pixel Triton comes in two voltage options – 12V (outputting 260W) or 24V (the full 300W). Due to the smart design, your refresh rate won’t suffer if you’re using the Triton at its limits.
With compact dimensions of 335mm (L) 129mm (W) 43mm (H) and a weight of 2.4kg, this device will fit snugly into an ENTTEC 8-way rack unit (SKU:73530) for mounting into any standard touring case. this high power LED pixel driver is ready to go whenever you are!
By using the simple web interface, you’ll be able to monitor your power consumption in real time. You’ll get a warning when you’re at 80% power consumption, meaning you are always in control!
The Pixel Triton has 2 x 3-pin pixel outputs, 2 x EtherCON connectors (input/output) and 1 x IEC power connector.
The high power LED pixel driver comes with an intuitive web-based configuration. You can use your preferred browser, and you’ll be able to monitor your set-up in no time.
Supports a wide range of LED strips and dots
See Downloads section for a comprehensive table showing all currently compatible LED protocols.
Recommended App: ELM
- Award winning, ELM: ENTTEC LED MAPPER provides total control over your LED system, regardless of shape and size.
- Design your layout with vector-based objects for maximum precision and flexibility.
- Load the media of your choice and begin playback as needed
- Supports Spout and NDI
- Supports RGB, RGBW, RGBA, RGBAW/RGBWA and White fixtures
3rd Party Apps
ENTTEC LED MAPPER (ELM)
The ultimate, intuitive LED pixel mapping software solution. ENTTEC's ELM is the easiest and smartest way to convert your ideas into reality.
Black pixel tape RGBW (12V) – 5M
The best way to minimise external light reflection and conceal the workings of your installation when the display is switched off. It’s the stuff that a stealth designer’s dreams are made of.