MADRIX NEBULA is a flexible interface to directly control a wide range of digital LEDs.
The MADRIX NEBULA directly connects to your LED pixels. This advanced SPI decoder receives control data over USB or Art-Net over Ethernet network and is built to provide excellent image quality.
Made in Germany.
Directly connect to a wide range of supported LEDs via two 4-pin screw terminals. A signal frequency of up to 24 MHz is available. Supply power over USB or 5 V to 24 V over a 2-pin screw terminal.
Quality Output Of 8 Universes
Each device drives up to 1,360 RGB pixels while ensuring responsive delivery of high-quality signals to each individual LED. You can choose the output protocol separately for each of the two ports.
Art-Net is directly converted to SPI without the need for an additional interface. Reliably distribute data from any compatible software or hardware controller. Use USB or Art-Net for all the great features of the MADRIX software.
MADRIX Sync Mode
Simply use several units at the same time for larger projects. Only MADRIX software and hardware allow you to fully synchronize Art-Net data for all ports and across multiple devices to get an optimal image on the LEDs without visual interruptions.
As of June 2016. Additional LED types will be supported with future firmware updates.
Designed For DIN Rails Or Walls
Its non-conductive enclosure and standardized design for 35 mm top-hat rails make mounting quick, easy, and safe. 2 extra brackets are provided for optional wall mounting. 6 indicators quickly show the device status with the option to turn them off.
The device is ready within seconds after startup. Its firmware is upgradable for future features. HTP Merging is automatically available for two Art-Net sources. Use the built-in web tool for configuration.
• 2x OUT (screw terminals)
• 1x RJ45 Ethernet port
• 1x USB port
• 1x Power (screw terminal)
• MADRIX NEBULA
• Set of screw terminals (2x 4-pin and 1x 2-pin)
• USB cable
• MADRIX software (license not included)
• 2 wall-mount brackets
• Quick start guide
• Please use help.madrix.com for user manuals and quick start guides/technical manuals.