Unit-e Lightshow Controller

Price: $195



The Unit-e Lightshow Controller sends patterns to addressable/digital color LED strips and DMX devices, enabling animations of light, lasers, fog, and other devices. The unit features wi-fi, allowing an operator to change settings wirelessly from a phone or PC. The unit also features audio input and output, automatically creating brilliant displays of color intelligently matched to music via Unit-e Colorchord™ technology. Additionally, the unit features a USB port to send data to the unit, an optional 12v input, and can trigger custom effects on events (such as opening a door).

Feature list

  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • 3 LED channels at 255 lights each (total of 1020 LEDs)
  • 1 DMX-512 controller (up to 256 channels)
  • 2 M12 sensor connectors (for triggering effects)
  • 1 1/8″ TRS (3.5mm) audio input
  • 1 1/8″ TRS (3.5mm) audio output
  • 1 USB port for configuration with a PC (optional)
  • 1 12v power input
  • Power switch
  • Wi-fi connectivity for configuration with a PC or phone
  • Unit-e Colorchord™ technology (automatically creates lightshows based on audio)
  • (Optional) can be powered instead at 5v through USB or LED ports
  • (Optional) can power 50 LEDs on its own when connected to 12v
  • Dimensions: 4 ½” x 3 ¾” x 2″ (114 x 95 x 50 mm), Power supply: 2 ½” x 1 ⅞” x 1″ (65 x 47 x 26.5 mm), Total package: 6 ⅓” x 4 ¾” x 2 ⅜” (160 x 120 x 60 mm)
  • Weight: 0.72 lbs (330g), Power supply: 0.33 lbs (150g), Total package: 1.1 lbs (500g)

Demonstration: Lighted sign with door trigger

This is the Unit-e Lightshow Controller running programmed patterns on our shop sign. A door trigger is hooked into the unit via M12 and plays another pattern when activated. These patterns can be remotely set by wi-fi.


Demonstration: Lighting sign with Unit-e Colorchord™

This is the Unit-e Lightshow Controller in Unit-e Colorchord™ mode (designed by Charles Lohr) animating the lights to music on our shop sign instead of using a pre-programmed pattern. Unit-e Colorchord™ evaluates audio frequency and amplitude via a complicated algorithm to pattern lights according to colors associated with sounds and notes (with said associations determined by a private study).

Song: Carpenter Brut – “Le Perv” (as seen in Hotline Miami 2 and our game Neon FM)



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