This pixel protocol was designed by Teralane Semiconductor Inc. in China The control circuit can come in a SOP8/SOP10/SOP14 package, depending on which functions are being used, allowing for more flexibility with LED choice.
➤ Check out Advatek's TLS3001 PixLite Bright LED Fixtures below
Output Pixel Voltage
|5 - 17V
|Up to 34fps
Data Transfer Rate
|500 - 1000kbps
Redundant Data Line
Considerations for Use
- High PWM rate allows for filming these pixels with cameras up to 34fps
- Up to 17V, allowing for long cable lengths
- Option for redundant data line reduces chance of entire strip failure
- 12 bits of data for each color makes dimming curves more smooth
- Data-only restricts refresh rates to be limited by the speed of the protocol, which can be slow
On start-up, only the first TLS3001 pixel in a chain will illuminate for a second, while the pixels initialize themselves. When initialization has completed, all pixels will proceed to respond to their incoming data.
Are you looking for TLS3001 pixel drivers that work with Art-Net or sACN?
All PixLite Mk1, Mk2, and Mk3 products support TLS3001 as an available Pixel IC type, so get in touch with us to find out how the lighting specialists at Advatek can support you in your pixel lighting project.