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Pixel Tree Kits - Version 2!


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Version 2 of our Pixel Trees is now available for purchase!  Check them out here.

 

I use Nutcracker to do all the sequencing for the trees.  It's hands down the best way to do such a complex series of sequences.  I highly recommend it!

 

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The Holiday Light Designs Pixel Tree Kit comes with everything you need to quickly and easily add a pixel tree to your Christmas display.  Our kit includes a proprietary system of connectors that are labeled and color-coded to make assembly fast and easy.   You don’t need to be an expert with RGB technology to own a tree like this.  We have designed the kit so there is no way you can plug something in incorrectly and we have eliminated the risk of ruining a set of lights.  The controller comes preconfigured to work with the layout of the tree as well!  A detailed set of instructions is included to walk you through every step of the process.  The instructions include a detailed guide describing how to do everything from the construction of the base of the tree, to configuring your sequencer software and Nutcracker.  The average time to assemble the tree is about 30 minutes from start to finish.

See a video sample of the tree here.

Included in your kit will be the following items:

-Detailed instructions
-30 pixel strings attached to a support cable
-Assembled waterproof controller box with a J1Sys P12R Controller and 2 Power supplies (5V 115/230VAC)
-All wires labeled and color-coded with connectors
-Tree top pole with hooks pre-assembled
-All other necessary parts to assemble the base and secure the tree and light strings
-Spare bulb

Additional items you will need to purchase:

-QTY 6 2x4’s for the base of the tree
-10 foot center pole
-Wooden stakes
-Wood screws.   

These items are too big to ship, but can easily be picked up at your local hardware store.

Specifications:
-1350 Pixel Total
-12 feet tall and 8 feet wide at the base
-P12R Controller
-2811 Pixels (45 pixels per string with 3" spacing)

 

Kenny

 

www.holidaylightdesigns.com
 

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