These new products from ENTTEC were developed with the focus of being driven by client needs. While ENTTEC always confidently push future boundaries by driving research and concepts, they also understand the importance of keeping a watchful eye on how our existing gear is currently being used in Australia as well as elsewhere throughout the globe. These products are designed to be invaluable by providing the best possible solution to a problem: not just on paper, but out there in the real world doing actual work.
Pixelator Mini PX1-8D
Super-compact Pixelator Mini for DIN rail applications
Just when you thought superb Ethernet to Pixel Link conversion couldn’t get any more convenient, along comes a DIN version of ENTTEC’s world-leading Pixelator Mini. Got pixels? Then get the best pixel controller in the world.
From the same team that brought you the original Pixelator comes this super-compact DIN rail device. With the same classic functionality as the famous Pixelator Mini Ethernet-to-PLink driver, the PIXELATOR MINI PX1-8D is an 8-output, 16-Universe DIN rail-mountable pixel controller. That’s still powerful enough to control 2720 individual RGB pixels. Remarkable indeed!
Spectacular performance from all outputs, combined with our expertise in pixel control. ENTTEC’s Pixelator range are the best Ethernet to pixel converters in their class. Simply connect any ENTTEC pixel tape or pixel dots to the Pixel Link ports (using PLink Injector and external power). Or you can bring your own tape or dots.
IP66 Plink Injector PJ1-56
Take your pixel tape outdoors, and drive it like a pro
IP66 PLink Injector allows you to use ENTTEC’s revolutionary Pixelator system in all weather. The weatherproof enclosure has anodized type II closure treatment and two-step electrolytic dyeing makes for excellent outdoor resilience, corrosion resistance and UV proofing.
Simply connect your Pixelator using a Cat6 cable up to a maximum of 300 metres away from the injector. And connect any ENTTEC pixel tape or pixel dots to the Pixel Link ports. Or you can bring your own tape or dots. Each plink run allows a maximum of 1024 DMX channels (2 universes) to be driven; this can be used to control up-to 340 RGB individual pixels (or up-to 256 RGBW)