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Tetra2Go 4-Port Wi-Fi Pixel Controller

Tetra2Go 4-Port Wi-Fi Pixel Controller

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  • 4-Port Pixel Controller (upgradable to 8-Port w/ the Differential Module)
  • Revision 1.1
  • Wi-Fi support (2.4GHz only)
  • ESP32 Based
  • Expansion header (Ethernet, Differential, SD Card and Audio-Reactive Modules available, sold separately)
  • WLED 0.14.0 pre-installed
  • XLights Compatible
  • 5V Data Signal, 33 ohms
  • Modular and repairable
  • Supports 12v & 5v pixels and strip
  • Runs WLED software, pre-installed
  • 5A MAX per output. (20A Total)
    (Over 200 LEDs per output should only exceeded only with proper voltage injection)

  • How many pixels can it support?
    The ESP32 can calculate about 65k-85k LEDs per second (that means 1000 LEDs @~70fps, 2000 LEDs @~35fps, 4000 LEDs @~18fps)

    * For excellent performance, it is recommended to use 512 pixels/output with 4 outputs for a total of 2048 LEDs. (RECOMMENDED)

    *For very good performance, it is recommended to use 800 pixels/output with 4 outputs for a total of 3200 LEDs.

    *For good performance, you can use 1000 pixels/output with 4 outputs for a total of 4000 LEDs.

    *For okay performance, you can use 1000 pixels/output with 5 outputs for a total of 5000 LEDs. (only w/ Differential module)

    *For okay performance, you can use 800 pixels/output with 6 outputs for a total of 4800 LEDs. (only w/ Differential module)

    *For okay performance, you can use 600 pixels/output with 8 outputs for a total of 4800 LEDs. (only w/ Differential module)

  • Reverse Polarity Protection*
    * Make sure to note that the protection circuit only safeguards the controller and not any attached LEDs. Keep in mind that if polarity is reversed, any connected LEDs may still be damaged. After connecting the DC power cable, ALWAYS try to power on the controller without any pixels first to ensure proper polarity.


    Outputs

    Port1: GPIO2
    Port2: GPIO13
    Port3: GPIO12
    Port2: GPIO14


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