The ACME PIXEL LINE IP strip light is like no other. Its small size and weight, IP66 rating for applications indoors as well as outdoors, and uniform colors and effects make this fixture extremely versatile for any application.
The PIXEL LINE IP is powered with 672 RGBW LEDs and 112 cool white LEDs with the RGBW LEDs divided into 32 sections and the white LEDs into 16 sections. The unit is equipped with ACME’s patented Smart Glass Technology for unprecedented, frosted looks. The white LEDs deliver bright strobe effects and are integrated in such a way to complement the color LED sections.
The fixture offers ten DMX control modes from simple operation to intense, eye-catching individual pixel control effects. The PIXEL LINE IP also offers preprogrammed effects macros and colors for time-saving programming. Incorporating ACME’s Smart Glass Technology allows the unit to switch from its normal strip light mode to soft light mode without adding an external frost filter, making the unit more flexible during your production.
The PIXEL LINE IP can be mounted in any orientation from the floor to hanging in truss. The unit is equipped with two connection points for the supplied omega brackets that accept most hooks or clamps. The fixture also features a tool-less connection system that allows units to be joined side-by-side quickly. Weighing only 8.5 kilograms or 19 pounds and measuring 1 meter (39.4 inches), the PIXEL LINE IP can be used virtually anywhere for any production, indoors or outdoors.
The PIXEL LINE IP is a powerful, all-weather fixture that redefines what a strip light can be.
- Light Sources:
- 672pcs 0.5W RGB LED (can be divided into 32 controllable sections)
- 112pcs 3W CW LED (can be divided into 16 controllable sections)
- Beam Angle:
- RGB Beam Angle: 101°
- CW Beam Angle: 108°
- Field Angle:
- RGB Field Angle: 149°
- CW Field Angle: 152°
- Outstanding color effects
- High output strobe effects
- Multiple units can be connected tool free
- Smart Glass technology for DMX controllable frost effects
- Four dimming curves