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RGB Coro Candy Canes for RGB Pixels V2 (Two/Pair)

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Single Pair Price: $45.99
2 or More Pairs Only: $39.99

Availability/Ships: Same Day, Sporadically up to 3 days (Delivery Time Information)
Product Code: 260

The following items are included with this product:

Coro Candy Cane Lights

32 of Rectangle RGB LED Pixel Modules with 6" Spacing [Add $32.99]
Direction of Cane Hook

To Control Pixels

1 EasyPix Pixel Controller [Add $35.99] - Discounted when purchased with this product
For Attaching Controllers/Coro/Lights

15 of Hot Glue Stick (10") [Add $5.40]


[Product Description Page] [FAQ & Documentation Page] [Customer Videos Page]
The Coro Cane is the perfect accessory for use with retangle pixel modules. Ships two Coro Canes in each order quantity. Select left or right facing candy canes.
Tom B's Display
Awesome House
Assembly Video (now with rectangle modules)
Adams Family
Product Features
  • Size:
    • 18.5" at the widest point - the hook
    • 45" tall
    • 3" deep
  • Mounting
    • Five integrated slots with included Velcro/hook-n-loop tape allows easy mounting to rebar, t-stakes, poles or other vertical supports
  • Lighting requirement
  • Additional features
    • Drain holes along back side at lowest spot in each cell
    • 5 slots for attaching the included velcro
    • Two holes at bottom for power/signal input and output wire
    • Numbered spacers for each cell to ensure even angles throughout design (includes extra in case of mistakes)
    • Black coro base and white translucent sides and top
  • Additional items required to complete
    • Pixel controller (E1.31 or E1.11 based)
    • Hot glue compatible with coro (see here)
    • Mounting pole (re-bar, t-stake or other)
  • Assembly instructions

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 22 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Love the canes November 25, 2017
Reviewer: Marcus Byers from Eagle, ID United States  
My favorite coro-prop.  The kits are well thought out, which makes them easy to build.

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Nice quality July 11, 2017
Reviewer: Randy Smith from Point of Rocks, MD United States  
Like the ease of setup and the quality.  Was not big on the other type of canes which several sell but these look really good in test.  Can't wait to see them with everything else (1st year at this).

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Easypix March 2, 2017
Reviewer: brun fabrice from vittersbourg, moselle France  
2 easy pix ne fonctionnait pas que j ai du ramener chez un réparateur qui m'a coûté 20€
The above response is "2 easy pix did not work I had to bring it to a reseller who cost me 20 €".  In this case the wiring was wired incorrectly, resulting in a short to the data line connection which shorted out the replaceable output chip (item #625). The output chip is designed to short out to prevent damage to the MCU, rendering the device compeletely unuseable if the output chip was not present.

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End result is great! January 30, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Houston, TX  
I also agree with the previous review of cutting the sides straight.  What finally worked really well for me was creating a jig to hold the coro and a long metal ruler in place.  I used a piece of scrap wood as a cutting base with the coro on top.  After that I used a 48” ruler on top that was screwed down to the cutting board on each end, in essence sandwiching the coro between the wood and the ruler.  After I cut each strip I would simply loosen the screws, align the coro for the next cut , tighten the screws and make the cut.   A touch time consuming on the setup however made quick straight cuts thereafter.

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Beautiful December 28, 2016
Reviewer: Quentin from MD United States  
The candy canes are really beautiful to see lit up and the effect with the partitioned compartments is great. They are easy to assemble but will take a lot of time. There is also plenty of excess material in case you make a mistake. This would be great to put together with a child around 8 years or older. A lot fun.

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