PixelBrick

Technical Specifications

Order Code

PB15

LED Engine

Titan LED Engine

Colors

RGBMintAmber

Total LED Power

15 W

LED Power Draw

12 W

Luminous Flux 2700K

405 lm

Luminous Flux 3200K

475 lm

Luminous Flux 5500K

395 lm

Light Output 2700 K @ 1m

6,178 lx

Light Output 3200 K @ 1m

7,144 lx

Light Output 5500 K @ 1m

5,985 lx

CRI (Ra)/ TLCI 3200- 6500 K*

≥96

Beam Angle

13°

Field Angle

25°

Strobe

0 – 25 Hz

Pixels

1

Battery Runtime

up to 20 hours

Battery Lifetime

70 % after 300 cycles

DC Input

24 VDC – 0.8 A

DC Connector

5.5 mm x 2.1 mm

AC Input

No

AC Connector

No

Power Consumption (max.)

20 W

Wired DMX

Yes via PWB-2-86 (FP1-PWB/ FP3-DTL)

CRMX Receiver

Built-in

BluetoothBridge BTB

Built-in

Wireless Protocols

CRMX, UHF, Bluetooth, WiFi

Wireless Range

CRMX/ UHF up to 300 m / 330 yds Bluetooth up to 3 m / 3.3 yds

Infrared Control

Yes

ControlSync

No

TouchSlider

No

Housing Material

Aluminium

IP Rating

IP65

Ambient Operating Temperature

0 – 40 °C / 32 – 104 °F

Weight

1.12 kg / 2.47 lbs

Dimensions L x W x D

91 mm x 91 mm x 94 mm / 3.6" x 3.6" x 3.7"

Mounting Options

4x Airline Tracks, 4x M5 threads, BrickBracket

What's in the Box

Typical Spectras

RF Characteristics

Wireless Modules

Modulation

ERP (Transmitter)

Channel Count

EU: UHF***(863-870MHz)

FHSS

<25mW

47

USA: UHF (917-922.20MHz)

FHSS

<25mW

53

AUS: UHF (922.30-927.50MHz)

FHSS

<25mW

53

SGP: UHF (920.50-924.50MHz)

FHSS

<25mW

41

KOR: UHF (917.9-921.5MHz)

FHSS

<25mW

10

RUS: UHF (868.75-869.12MHz)

FHSS

<25mW

6

JPN: UHF (922.80-926.40MHz)

FHSS

<25mW

19

CRMX (2402-2480MHz)

FHSS

79

Bluetooth 5.0 LE (2402-2480MHz)

FHSS

10mW (BLE)

40

WiFi (2412-2472MHz)

DSSS, OFDM

100mW

13

***General allocation of frequencies for use by short-range radio applications Spectrum usage regulations:

Frequency range in MHz1)

Maximum equivalent radiant power (ERP)

Additional parameters / frequency access and interference mitigation techniques

865 – 868

25 mW

Requirements for frequency access and mitigation techniques3) Alternatively, a maximum duty cycle2) of 1% can be used.

868,0 – 868,6868,0 – 868,6

25 mW

Requirements for frequency access and mitigation techniques3) Alternatively, a maximum duty cycle2) of 1% can be used.

868,7 – 869,2868,7 – 869,2

25 mW

Requirements for frequency access and mitigation techniques3) Alternatively, a maximum duty cycle2) of 0.1% can be used.

869,40 – 869,65

500 mW

Requirements for frequency access and mitigation techniques3) Alternatively, a maximum duty cycle2) of 10% can be used.

869,7 – 870,0

25 mW

Requirements for frequency access and mitigation techniques3) Alternatively, a maximum duty cycle2) of 1% can be used.

1) The use of adjacent frequency bands within this table as a single frequency band is permitted, provided that the specific conditions for each of these adjacent frequency bands are met. 2) „duty cycle“ means the ratio of Σ(Ton)/(Tobs) expressed as a percentage, where ‚Ton‘ is the ‚on-time‘ of a single transmitting device and ‚Tobs‘ is the observation period Ton is measured in an observation frequency band (Fobs). Unless otherwise specified in this general allocation, Tobs is a continuous period of one hour and Fobs is the applicable frequency band in this general allocation (table). 3) Frequency access and interference mitigation techniques shall be used whose performance level at least meets the essential requirements of Directive 2014/53/EU or the Radio Equipment Act (FuAG). Where relevant techniques are described in harmonised standards, the references of which have been published in the Official Journal of the European Union pursuant to Directive 2014/53/EU, or parts thereof, performance shall be ensured which is at least equivalent to those techniques.