PropPixel screen-safe LEDs (10ct)


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Illuminate props and more with these screen safe ultra bright LEDs

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This price is for 10 LEDs.

If you’re a prop maker or FX tech, you likely know and use NeoPixel LEDs. They’re an awesome way to add full RGB color and awesome effects to your props.

The problem is that while they look great in person, they don’t work well on camera. Their refresh rate is simply too slow to dim without strobing, and the white color they produce isn’t of a high enough quality to provide accurate color.

PropPixels solve that with style. Compared with NeoPixels, they have a 2.9KHz PWM rate (as opposed to 500Hz) for totally flicker free operation on camera. Additionally, their 12 bit color (as opposed to 8 bit) gives literally millions more color options and smoother fading. The RGB version is twice as bright as a NeoPixel, and the white version is over 3 times as bright.

The white version has a CRI rating of 90+, giving it excellent and accurate color rendition on camera. Finally, their “squircle” design allows them to be soldered to each other directly, without wires.

Arduino library at Please note these currently only support 16MHz microcontrollers. More options coming soon!

Specs for RGB version:

Size: 10mm Squircle

Current per color: 20mA

Output per color: 1120 mcd R, 2240 mcd G, 560 mcd B

Voltage: 3.3-5v

Specs for White version:

Size: 10mm Squircle

Current @ max output: 120mA

Output per color: 15000mcd

Voltage: 3.3-5v

Ready to ship in 3-5 business days

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 4 × 1 × 1 in

RGB, White(4000K)


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Vendor Information

  • Store Name: Andy Jarosz
  • Vendor: Andy Jarosz
  • Address: 1746 West 17th Street
    Chicago, IL 60608
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