DISCONTINUED: This has now been superseded by the DIN Pixie.


  • High density: Available in 6 versions (based on voltage and max. power). The 110 Watts Pixie driver can control up to 600 RGB LEDs from one source (USB), the 55 Watts can control up-to 300 RGB LEDs. This means you need less hardware to controls more strips.
  • Supports a wide range of LED pixel strips and dots: See Downloads section for a comprehensive table showing all currently compatible LED protocols.
  • Smallest in its Class: With an overall size of 215mm x 129mm x 42.7mm, the Pixie driver is the smallest all in one device in its class. A rack mount frame allows mounting of 8 units in a 3RU high enclosure offering an unparalleled density of Pixel strip driving.
  • Standalone mode: With inbuilt memory, the Pixie driver can be set to replay a pre-programmed sequence. Standalone sequence is recorded via USB using Pro Manager software (Art-Net input). Only one sequence can be stored at any single time – and runs on power-up.
  • Live Mode: Drive the Pixels using DMX input from its 2x DMX ports. DMX Personality decides how the 2 DMX inputs are mapped.



Rack Unit (73550)


  • Strong and modular: Sturdy and modular rack with built-in fan and space for 8 pixie driver units.
  • Easily accessible: All your pixie drivers are mounted to be easily accessible from the front of the rack unit. Easily access all connections to the Pixel tape and dots from the front.
  • Standard Rack unit: Made to fit inside a standard rack, it takes up only three standard rack units (3RU) of space.



  • PRO-Manager (up to OSX 10.11)- Contact support for a download link


Pixie Driver Standalone Shows