KiboWorks X16 Bar is an architectural lighting solution comprised of a string of addressable, color changing light bars. Each LED module is shallow in section, contains 6 high brightness RGB LED´s and installs quickly via a unique snap-fit and aiming bracket. The X16 bars are individually addressable for independent color control and special effects using either KiboWorks controls or compatible DMX512 devices.

Flexible | Modular | Creative

The X16 Bars can be customised with variable length options, short and long pitch lengths and number of LED per bar. Lengths of X16 Bars can also be daisy chained together to for long runs of pixels lowering installation and maintenance costs.

Strings of X16 Bars can be configured in any free form shape desired and has been used in many installations throughout the world, creating amazing displays in architectural, retail, and hospitality environments. X16 Bars can be controlled by DMX, ArtNet, sACN and Stream and our protocol translators can adapt to handle any protocol.


Fully customizable
Individually controllable Bars
Multiple controller options
Each Bar features calibrated brightness and colors
Various Bar spacing's available
Customizable string length
ArtNet or DMX controllable
Intuitive mapping and addressing via KiboNode Controller
6 high Efficiency and long lasting diodes
Perfect for dynamic display and video applications


  • Mechanical
  • HousingClear Polycarbonate with White Base and Clip
  • Connectors4 Pin 3M IDC Snap
  • Overall Dimensions18.4mm (H) x 24.5mm (W) x 140.8mm (L)
  • Output37 Lumens per LED
  • Rated Life75,000 Hours
  • LensClear
  • Beam Spread100° x 30° | 100° x 100°
  • Pitch143mm | 300mm | 450mm | Custom
  • MountingPlastic snapin & axis adjustment
  • Electrical
  • Input Voltage Range24Vdc
  • Power Consumption1.68 per Bar
  • Environmental
  • Operating Temperature+10°C to +40°C
  • Operating Relative Humidity90%
  • IP RatingIP20 Dry location only
  • CertificationCE | RoHS
  • Warranty3 Year
  • Control
  • ProtocolsStream | DMX512 | ArtNet