WS2801IC RGB Pixels are digitally-controllable lights
you can set to any color, or animate. Each PVC 'pixel ' contains 3 RGB LEDs and a controller chip soldered to a PCB.
The pixel is then 'flooded' with epoxy to make it waterproof.
There are two plastic flanges on each side for screw installation
application: used to make outdoor signs or indoor night Club lighting
The pixels are connected by a 4-conductor cable. +12VDC, ground, data and clock.
Each dot is digitally controlled, with an internal 8-bit PWM LED driver (24-bit color for 16 million different shades). The pixels must be clocked by a microcontroller
The pixels use 3 x 5050 RGB LEDs, with a 120 degree beam width. All of the LEDs are controlled at once so you cannot have one pixel with the four LEDs different colors. (Color control is per single square 3-LED pixel only)
8cm apart on the strand
20 pieces per strand
These pixels use a WS2801 chip for full 24 bit color, constant-current drive
12VDC power, 80mA maximum per pixel (LED on full white)
2-pin SPI-like protocol
Brightness per pixel: 3600 mcd combined