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Helio9 High-Output RGB Pushbutton Lighting module

Model: HELIO9RGB01
Shipping Weight: 0.04 lbs
  89 Units in Stock
Manufactured by: IDVT Inc.
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If you would like to order the Electric ICE 2  or Electric ICE 2-CX pushbuttons for use with these, please go to that product and place your order there. There are many more switch options than can be represented under this heading, and you get a special reduced price!

Another GroovyGameGear innovation!  

With a name inspired by a Greek god of the sun, you'd be right to have some high expectations. Not to worry, this lighting unit delivers!  This pillar of RGB fits right inside our CLASSX illuminated buttons, and puts the maximum amount of luminance right where it needs to be, for the most even, and brightest colors ever!

The Helio9™ High-Output RGB pushbutton lighting module puts the power of 9 LEDs at your disposal, for intense button lighting even in well lit environments.  It includes full 24" long, Color-Coded wires which greatly simplify connections to controllers by not requiring intermediate wiring.

The unit is designed to fit right into the Electric ICE 2  and Electric ICE 2-CX™ pushbuttons to enable color changing (over 100,000 colors) and lighting effects with an LED-Wiz Lighting and Output controller. Does not interfere with normal pushbutton operation when properly installed.


The Helio9 is designed specifically for GroovyGameGear's CLASSX style buttons. They may fit other styles, with modifications, however the diffusers which are included with the CLASSX illuminated buttons, are not included with the Helio9 lighting units.

These modules are intended for use at 5v DC and consume up to 55ma per color for a total of 165ma when all 3 colors are at full intensity.

Wire Color Codes:

Black ---+5vDC Common Anode
Red -----Red Cathode (Ground)
Green --Green Cathode (Ground)
Blue ----Blue Cathode (Ground)

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 02 December, 2013.
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