The first step is dependent on your power supply. If your power supply is like ours and has dimming wires (the white and blue wires shown), cap them off separately. These wires are used when you connect a 0-10V LED dimmer to the power supply and are not being used here. The wires must be capped separately or the power supply will “dim” to 0% and the light will not illuminate.
Pair your soldered, stripped wires by color. Make sure to keep the same polarity together. The fixture will not illuminate if the + is connected to the – !
Vivid Pixel LED Neon Flex products are 3-wire fixtures with self-adressing cutting units.
Vivid Pixel 270° LED Neon Flex Fixture (with seamless ends)
DMX512 Decoder (LT-DMX-1809)
HLG-120H-24B power supply connected to a power cable
Flathead 3/32″ (2.5mm) screwdriver
The first step, again, is to cap off your power supply’s dimming wires (the white and blue wires shown), if your power supply has them. Remember to cap them separately to prevent the power supply “diming” to 0%!
This is the LT-DMX-1809 DMX512 Decoder. For powering our fixture, we’re using the “input | output” section.
Connect your power supply to the decoder as shown. Make sure your polarity is correct, and that your power supply is not connected on the “output” side.
Connect the soldered wires of your Vivid Pixel fixture to the “output” side of the decoder. Red wire to DC+, yellow wire to DATA, and black wire to GND.