AsteraBox™ ART6 Wireless LED Light Controller

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TABLET NOT INCLUDED. The wireless led AsteraBox™ ART6 controller is the latest control solution from Astera. It receives Bluetooth commands from any Bluetooth-enabled Android tablet (via the AsteraApp™) and sends RF signals to all Astera lights.

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Technical Specifications
  • Battery:Samsung ICR Cell
  • Battery Runtime:24hrs (normal usage)
  • Nominal Voltage:3.7v
  • Charger Output:5V-DC-2A
  • Charging Time: 8hrs (from AC or high power USB port)
  • 24hrs (from laptop USB port)
  • Bluetooth:Yes
  • Wireless Frequency:902-922MHz sender/receiver (USA) 2.4GHz wireless module*
  • DMX Receiver:Astera Wireless DMX*
  • Range:Bluetooth, 5m, RF, 300m
  • Operational Temp: 0°C - 40°C
  • Inactive Temp:-20°C - 60°C
  • Unit Size:L5.5" x W3.0" x H1.2" 
  • Weight:0.5lb
  • Housing:Aluminium
  • Environment:Indoor / Dry Outdoor
  • Humidity:≤90%
  • Ports:Micro-USB, DMX
  • Functions:Receiving Bluetooth Commands, Sending RF Signals
  • Included Accessories:Micro-USB Charger 

Main Benefits

  • Use with AsteraApp™
  • Works with any Bluetooth-enabled Android device
  • Controls entire range
  • 300m range
  • Rechargeable Battery

Compatible Controllers

  • AC1

  • AC2

  • AC4

  • ART3


Compatible Lights

  • AL1

  • AX3

  • AL6

  • AL7-X

  • AX10

  • AX7

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  • 5
    Extremely flexible

    Posted by Jack Hammer Live Audio on 19th May 2015

    The new updated software and Android App have killer color choices and mixing. App signs on immediately to Art 6 and connects to lights perfectly. A must have for the Astera products. David and Luis provide excellent support, prompt repairs and troubleshooting.

  • 5
    Amazing controller

    Posted by Doug S. on 24th Apr 2015

    Like the best-designed products, the Astera Box is deceptively simple - a small! But it is very sophisticated in what it allows the user to do, and gives the impression that the lights aren't even being controlled. I am eager to see how many other ways I can put this to use.