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RGB Dumb and Smart Pixel Wiring / Color wire pattern
Wiring Chart
Pin-out and Wiring Diagram for the EasyPlug3 and EasyPlug 4 Cables
EasyPlug3 Smart / Pixel Lighting Click Here for EasyPlug3 Extensions and Pigtails Please note that copies of our standard have been made by other vendors as our design is not pate
DMX Wiring Cross Reference
HolidayCoro devices that use CAT5 wire for DMX signals (excluding E1.31 devices) are intended to be wired using pins 1 and 2 of CAT5 wiring (568B) for their RS485 DMX input signal. If you are usin
DMX + Power over CAT5 System Details
Some of our products are built on a " DMX + Power over CAT5" system. This article explains about the system and why it may or may not be right for your display. There are cases where
Running Legacy RS485 Light-o-Rama Controllers and RS485 Based DMX (E1.11) and Ethernet Based (E1.31) DMX Controllers Together
If you have an existing LOR network or controllers and would like to integrate modern, standards based controllers into that network, this page shows a variety of different options available to you. N
AlphaPix Technical Support Page
All support and technical assistance for the AlphaPix controllers can be found on this page. If you are looking for controller specific information, including purchasing the AlphaPix, see this page: h
Why does HolidayCoro offer a variable warranty on controllers?
Starting Jan 1, 2017, HolidayCoro moved from a standard warranty on all controllers to an variable warranty based on customer choice. Those choices are: No Warranty - the controller is sold as-is and
Why do HolidayCoro Pixels Turn Blue Sometimes?
If your HolidayCoro pixels are not working correctly but they are lighting up in the color blue, this article explains why this may happen: When power is properly applied (positive and negative) but t
Power Injection with RGB Pixel Lights
For some projects, customers may determine that power injection is a suitable solution for their project. This page contains information generally about power injection, examples of how to perform it
AlphaPix Evolution vs. HinksPix Pro
Differences between the AlphaPix Evolution and HinksPix Pro CPUs used in the Flex Expansion System The chart below shows the individual technical differences between the two CPUs offered for
HinksPix Setup and Instructional Page
Congratulations on the purchase of your HinksPix PRO controller. This page contains all the videos for how to do just about everything with this controller. Major Function
Wiring Up and Programming your HolidayCoro DMX Controller (flow chart and videos)
When setting the address via the DIP switches on the controller (accessible after removing the two screws and the cover of the controller), here is the chart for setting the address: http://www.holid
Data Input Interfaces Used on Common Lighting Controllers
There are a number of different standards for controller interfaces. This document details the differences between these interfaces: Interface Name Protocol Wiring Typ
Testing DMX output using your HolidayCoro DMX Programmer/Dongle (video)
The following video shows how you can use xLights (a free application) to test your HolidayCoro DMX controllers with the HolidayCoro Programmer/Dongle.  Using this test you will be able to deter
Customer Supplied Tools and Supplies
As the majority of our products are Do It Yourself, they often require customer supplied tools or materials. This page references some of those materials, recommendations, estimated costs and where y
Why HolidayCoro needs detailed information about your project
HolidayCoro often receives questions from customers that are open ended, meaning that the question isn’t about a single specific product such as - “what voltage does this operate at” but are in
Running E1.11 / DMX 1990 Controllers (EasyPix, Dumb Controllers) from AlphaPix RS485 Interface
The AlphaPix pixel controller has the ability to output legacy, DMX 1990 / E1.11 data using RS485 to legacy controllers such as the EasyPix , common dumb RGB and non-RGB controllers and devices such a
Configuring the Alphapix Controller with Madrix
The AlphaPix line of controllers work with Madrix. For general AlphaPix setup information including configuration of your PC, wiring and other details, see our AlphaPix setup page . For Madrix supplie