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Build a Controller Kit

Build a Controller Kit (BETA)

*This page is under construction. Although many features work correctly, there may be some bugs in the logic or functionality. Please feel free to report any findings to info@wiredwatts.com. Make sure to check back often as this page will be frequently updated with new features and builds.

This page will help you choose the items you need to build-out a plethora of different controller configurations with as little guess work as possible. At Wired Watts.com, we have done the hard work for you. All the possible combinations provided on this page have been prototyped, built, and tested to ensure the end user has a good experience building out their first or tenth controller.

When the page loads, it defaults to a complete build for a Kulp K16A-B. As you change the configuration of your controller, options may light-up or grey-out depending on compatibility of each item in the build. After you have configured your controller, you can add all the parts to the cart with a single click. From there, you can add, edit, or modify the cart as you see fit.

Please be aware, although this tool will allow you to configure for Falcon controllers, we do not carry them directly.

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The K16A-B by Kulp Lights is a Beaglebone based controller that runs on FPP. It has sixteen local string ports and four on-board differential chains. Each chain can be used to run between one and six differential boards depending on the version of FPP and hardware. There are two expansion ports on this controller. One port is dedicated to adding an FM transmitter. The second expansion port allows for the addition of a single pixel expansion board, either a differential or string expansion. The string expansion will give you sixteen additional local ports while the differential expansion will afford another four receiver chains.
The K32A-B by Kulp Lights is a Beaglebone based controller that runs on FPP. It has 32 local string ports and four on-board differential chains. Each chain can be used to run between one and six differential boards depending on the version of FPP and hardware. There is a single expansion port on this board that will allow for the addition of an FM transmitter.
The K8-B by Kulp Lights is a Beaglebone based controller that runs on FPP. It has eight local string ports and three on-board differential chains. Each chain can be used to run between one and six differential boards depending on the version of FPP and hardware. There is an expansion port that allows the addition of a single expansion board, either a differential or string expansion. The string expansion will give you sixteen additional local ports while the differential expansion will afford another four receiver chains.
The K8-PB by Kulp Lights is a Pocket Beagle based controller that runs on FPP. It has eight local string ports and three on-board differential chains. Each chain can be used to run between one and six differential boards depending on the version of FPP and hardware. There is an expansion port that allows the addition of a single expansion board, either a differential or string expansion. The string expansion will give you sixteen additional local ports while the differential expansion will afford another four receiver chains.
The K8-B Scroller by Kulp Lights is a Beaglebone based controller that runs on FPP. It has eight local string ports and one on-board differential chain. Each chain can be used to run between one and six differential boards depending on the version of FPP and hardware. There is no further expansion capability on this board.
The K4-PB by Kulp Lights is a Pocket Beagle based controller that runs on FPP. It has four local string ports and no expansion capability.
The K40D-PB by Kulp Lights is a Pocket Beagle based controller that runs on FPP. It has no local string ports and ten on-board differential chains. Each chain can be used to run between one and six differential boards depending on the version of FPP and hardware. There is no further expansion capability on this board.
The F16v2 (Blue / Red) by Pixelcontroller.com is an embedded style controller running proprietary firmware. It has sixteen local string ports and one on-board differential port. The differential port can be used to run one differential board in "dumb" mode. There is a single expansion port on this board that will allow for the addition of a single pixel expansion board, either a differential or string expansion. The string expansion will give you sixteen additional local ports while the differential expansion will afford another four "dumb" receiver ports.
The F16v3 (White) by Pixelcontroller.com is an embedded style controller running proprietary firmware. It has sixteen local string ports and one on-board differential port. The differential port can be used to run between one and three differential boards depending on the firmware and hardware. There is a single expansion port on this board that will allow for the addition of two pixel expansion boards, either a differential or string expansion. The string expansion will give you sixteen additional local ports while the differential expansion will afford another four receiver ports.
The F16v4 (Blue) by Pixelcontroller.com is an embedded style controller running proprietary firmware. It has sixteen local string ports and three on-board differential ports. The differential ports can be used to run between one and six differential boards depending on the hardware. There are two expansion ports on this board that will allow for the addition of two pixel expansion boards, one on each port, either a differential or string expansion. The string expansion will give you sixteen additional local ports while the differential expansion will afford another four receiver ports.
The F48v1 (White) by Pixelcontroller.com is an embedded style controller running proprietary firmware. It has no local string ports and twelve on-board differential ports. The differential ports can be used to run between one and three differential boards depending on the firmware and hardware. There is no further expansion capability on this board.
The F48v2 (Blue) by Pixelcontroller.com is an embedded style controller running proprietary firmware. It has four local string ports and twelve on-board differential ports. The differential ports can be used to run between one and six differential boards depending on the hardware. There is no further expansion capability on this board.
The Dig-Quad is an Arduino based board by QuinLED running WLED firmware. It has four local string ports and no differential ports. There is no further expansion capability on this board.
The Falcon Receiver board is an expansion board that uses the Falcon receiver protocol. It has four local string ports and no differential ports. There is no further expansion capability on this board.
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