The Pixel2P10 board allows you to drive 1 or 2 P10 panels from a WS2811 pixel string. (P10 panels not included)
The Pixel2P10 board is powered by the 12V power in your existing pixel wiring. This board features an on-board 5V power supply that supplies up to 5A of current to your P10 panels, eliminating the need for additional external power supplies.
No external configuration is needed as this board is PLUG & PLAY!
The mounting holes on the board are suitable to mount to the back of many P10 panels. (We have aligned our holes with the P10 panels from Wired Watts, but cannot guarantee global support for every P10 panel.)
- Instructions Sheet
- 1 Panel Custom xModel (for xLights)
- 2 Panel Custom xModel - Stacked Orientation (for xLights)
- 2 Panel Custom xModel - Sideways Orientation (for xLights)
|Input Pixel Type||WS2811|
|Input Pixel Voltage||12V only|
1 Panel = 40fps
|Max # of Panels||2 x P10 Panels|
|Orientations||Stacked or Sideways|
|# of Pixels||
1 Panel = 512
|Max Current @ 5V||5A|
|Mount Hole Spacing||90mm x 144mm|
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I picked a couple of these up at the Christmas Expo ’23. As a proof of concept, I incorporated the pair into a scrolling sign using 4 x P10 panels If you are looking to make scrolling signs (think full RGB LedTriks) this is a very easy solution. I used my scrolling sign at Halloween to scroll messages for the trick-or-treaters this year and it was a hit with the kids. If you are a pixel matrix super-user, you may find the Pixel2P10 too basic compared to other products, however in situations where a small panel configuration is used (scrolling signs, singing P10 faces, tune to sign) it is perfect.
Neat product that works fine, but it is very limited. To only control 2 panels, there are better options out there with more control. Product also doesn't come with screws to mount to the panels. The panel power jack is too small for the standard power cables. Limited instructions don't help much and the fact that the YouTube video is not correct is very odd to me as well. Overall, it works well. Its very expensive for what it does and is very lacking.
Super Easy and Super quick. Had a pile of P10 board I never found time to build controller and set up to use. Got a request from wife for Valentines Day project and panicked. That same day my Pixel2P10 board arrived. It took me less than 30 minutes to go from nothing to a fully sequenced panel as part of the display. Going to be neat to add this around my display.