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Lumiwise lighting is one of the leading individually addressable led strip manufacturers in China supplying programmable led strip, pixel led strip, digital led strip, chasing led strip, dream color led strip, and magic led strip. We supply popular addressable LED strips such as WS2811 WS2812, WS2812B, WS2813, WS2815B, WS2818, SK6812, UCS1903, and UCS2904, etc. for high efficiency and low cost.
All our addressable LED strip lights are CE, RoHS certificated, ensuring high performance and a long lifetime.
We offer customized solutions, OEM, ODM service. Wholesalers, distributors, dealers, traders, agents are welcome to purchase in bulk with us.
What is Addressable LED strip?
Individual addressable led strip is also called digital led strip, pixel led strip, programmable led strip, chasing led strip, magic led strip, or dream color led strip, is a led strip with control ICs that allow you to control individual LEDs or groups of LEDs. You can control a specific part of the led strip, which is why it is called ‘addressable
Addressable LED strip VS Analog LED strip
Analog strips allow you to have one color for the whole LED strip at a time. You can change the color anytime you want for the whole strip, but can’t change it for a section of diodes.
Digital strips allow you to have different colors for every cut of LEDs, creating various colors in different sections of one LED strip.
Applications of Pixel LED Strip
-Building facades Lighting
-Special Event Lighting
Addressable LED strip categories
SPI addressable LED strip
The Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) is a synchronous serial communication interface specification used for short-distance communication, primarily in embedded systems.
DMX512 addressable LED strip
DMX512 is a standard for digital communication networks that are commonly used to control lighting and effects. It was originally intended as a standardized method for controlling stage lighting dimmers, which, prior to DMX512, had employed various incompatible proprietary protocols. It quickly became the primary method for linking controllers (such as a lighting console) to dimmers and special effects devices such as fog machines and intelligent lights.