Rigid Industries DMX LED Effects Controller

Rigid Industries DMX LED Effects Controller


The Rigid Industries DMX LED Effects Controller is a nine button dual universe DMX controller with a center rotary slider.


  • 2 Separate Universes (Each Can Control 100+ Lights)
  • 4 Programmable Color Settings On Each Universe
  • Choose Any Color In Color Wheel
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The DMX LED Effects lets you set colors from red, green, blue, and white, the dimming level almost infinite color mixing, and automatic play color changing rate (speed). It is designed to control Rigid Industries LED lights that hosts red, green, blue and white LEDs with a separate DMX channel or slot. In addition, two independent DMX universes are supported to allow for above and underwater zone control.


  • Dimmable (0-100% Dial)
  • Durable Plastic Case - UV & Scratch Resistant
  • Waterproof, Shockproof and RFI Quiet
  • 1 Year Warranty
  • IP66 Rating
  • Thermally Regulated Circuit Board
  • Works with Rigid Industries RGB Lights or any DMX512A Compatible Device
  • Two Mounting Options: VHB Adhesive Mount Pad & Stainless Steel Hardware
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