Seed Pixels are a great addition to everyone's light show. These are Individually addressable WS2811 protocol LEDs. Seed lights should be used for temporary installation and not used for permanent long term outdoor use.
200 Ct Strand
Wire Markings: Dashed Line (positive), Middle ( Data), Blank (negative)
We are in the process of transitioning to the standard Dashed-Negative Middle Data and Blank Positive.
If you purchase xconnect after January 17th 2024 they will be Dashed - Negative Middle Data, and Blank Positive.
Ray Wu Seeds strands are reversed.
If you do cut or splice any strands please confirm with a voltmeter if you have the updated strands or original.
IP Rate: IP68
LED: Cloudy White
Amperage: 20ma/pixel (100% white)
7 strands of copper wire in each wire
Each copper wire is 12 dmm
3 wires are 3.5MM
Power Injection is recommended every 100 pixels
3 Month Warranty
200 seed pixel stands
Better than expected. I was expecting to inject power however they are bright enough that I’m running them at 10%. Splicing however is challenging since the wire is so small
It’s a very nice set of pixels, I’ll be ordering more. I’d love to see an option for mini-xconnect since the wires and seeds are so small. White wire and plugs would be nice for us with light colored houses. But yes, very pleased with these upgraded seeds.
Seed Pixel Strings
Fabulous Pixel strings....Incorporating into a lighted jacket for Christmas production at Church
Used these strands for an outside wreath. Most beautiful lights I’ve seen using WLED.
Seed Pixel Strands
So far so good. They are able to be be placed in areas that a bullet or square pixel can not be . The wire is super small and need to be patience when soldering.
Better than the clear ones
I'd bought a roll of seed pixels elsewhere which had clear insulation. Those were very hard to work with as my wire strippers didn't like the combination of very thin wire and stretchy insulation. These ones with the black covering are a lot better, the wire is much easier to strip for attaching pigtails. It's also easier to tell which wire is which.
With seed pixels being new to the market I wasn’t sure what to expect. I bought them to wrap trees and bushes. I couldn’t be happier with the result! They’re exactly what I was looking for!
Pros: So these pixels have a great formfactor to hide them in plain site and can produce nice pastel colors. They have a good brightness that can be seen with little to no light. Cons: They seem to tangle as easy as old incandescent lights.