ESPixelStick - Wireless DMX Pixel Controller Kit
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- Provided in Kit form - MUST BE PROGRAMMED
- No soldering required
- Supports sACN DMX (E1.31) over 802.11b/g/n Networks
- Supports up to 680 WS2811 or WS2812 Pixels - 4 Universes of DMX data
- Supports up to 63 GECE Pixels
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The ESPixelStick is an E1.31 WiFi pixel controller built around the ESP8266 in an Arduino environment. Please note that this item is a kit and requires programming by the end user. The ESPixelStick supports up to four universes of WS2811 pixels on a single output, or up to 63 GECE Pixels. The firmware is open source, available here. Once connected to your WiFi network, further configuration can be done via the embedded web server. The controller is small enough to fit inside 1″ thin wall PVC, allowing you to embed the controller next to your element eliminating issues of long pixel runs. The ESPixelStick V2 is provided in kit form, with all components pre-soldered. Full instructions for programming and usage can be found on forkineye.com.
Top customer reviews
I just set up my first one today and uploaded the firmware to it ease. (Make sure you connect external power before uploading because USB power alone isn't enough to program).
Once it was programmed sucessfully, the serial output was not showing the IP address of the ESPixelStick but I ended getting it from my router.
Putting the IP address into my browser, it recognized the PixelStick right away and it passed all initial tests in the browser.
I set it up in Vixen 3 and it worked flawlessly the first try.
This little thing is so cool, I can't wait to start some projects I have in mind for it.
ForkInEye(Shelby) was very helpful in answering my questions and problems I ran into setting this thing up.
5/5 this is my go-to sACN controller right now.