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-600K PIXEL LED CONTROLLTER TUTORIAL

In this lesson we are going to talk about the Pixel LED controller model T-600K .Online control is very impotent when it comes to live events ,You must have real-time control of the display so you can change animations or videos depending on the situation .T-600K controller is different from other “K” series pixel LED controllers because it only can be used as a online controller but it is identical to T-500K controller .First of all, Lets talk about the specifications of the T-600K controller .

Specifications 

Supply voltage (AC) :      90-260V
Working voltage (DC):     DC5V
Working temperature :    -30°C ~ +85°C
Weight:                             1.5KG
Power :                             5W
Max. LEDs  :                   768x8pixels (6144pixels)
Controller type:               Online

Features 

T-600K Pixel LED Drivers can drive up to 6144 LEDs .You can connect maximum of 768 LEDs per port . There are 8 ports .The online features are very identical to other “K-series” model controllers .It has controller networking capability (cascading) as in other K-series Pixel LED controllers .Supports both 3 wire Pixel LED strings or Strips ( Vcc,Data,Gnd ) and 4 wire LED strings or Strips ( Vcc,Data,Clock,Gnd ). Also it supports RS485 based Pixel LED strips or strings.This controller only supports online control ,So if you are looking for a controller with both offline and online features please refer to my other articles below .

Software

The software plays the most important part when it comes to Pixel LED programming .LEDEdit is the most advanced and most developed Pixel LED programming software available today. In order to program T-600K controller you need LEDEdit 2013 or later software versions .Please download and install the latest LEDEdit software version from below link before continuing .

When you are selecting the controller from the list please follow this method .

Controller Name in the list = Controller Name + LED strip’s drive chip Name

Eg- If your controller name is T-600K and LED strip’s drive chip name is WS2811, You should select T-600K-WS2811 from the list .

If you like to know more on how to use LEDEdit software please visit [THIS] article .


Supported Pixel LED Drive chips : 

TM1803,TM1804,TM1809,TM1812,TM1829,TM1913,TM1914,UCS1903,UCS1903B, UCS1909B,UCS1912,UCS2903,UCS2909,UCS2912,UCS3903,UCS6909,UCS6912,UCS7009, UCS5903,UCS8903,UCS512,US2811,WS2821,P9813,P9823,LPD1886,GW6202,GW6201, GW6202B,GW6204,GW6203,GW623X,TA9909,MBI6021,INK1003,LX10003,LX2003, LX2006,TLS3100,DMX,SM16711,SM16726,SM16716,LPD6803,LPD8806,LPD1882,LPD6812, TM1903,TM1904,TM1909,TM1912,DMX,Monochrome,WS2801,WS2803,D7710,QC1109, TLS3001,TLS3008,APA102,MY9221,BS0815,BS0825,BS0901,HL32,HL1809,HL2803, RGB,Monochrome,XB001,XB002.

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