TXQ SN-Pixel

The TXQ SN-Pixel electronics feature a multi-colored strip blade LED capable of full RGB color change and fixed sound font customization. The TXQ SN-Pixel also features different blade modes and color profiles for customizing your saber.

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Getting Started

Before booting up you saber, follow the link to our blade installation guide - Blade Installation Guide

Press and hold LED button to wake saber from sleep mode. A 'power on' audio clip will play to confirm that the saber is awake. To activate saber, press the activation button again.

The following table provides a list of commands you can activate using the saber. TXQ sabers with lit activation switches will flash every second while held. However, some TXQ sabers we carry do not have an illuminated activation switch. To help with this issue, we've provided hold timings along with LED flashes.

While blade is active

Active mode is when your saber blade is lit (the LED is active) and making sound (if enabled).

Control Effect Additional Info
Press Button Blaster Deflect
Hold for 1 LED Flash / 1 Second Activate Lock-up Press button once to end lock-up
Hold for 2 LED Flashes / 2 Second
Activate color change As colors change, press button again to lock color
Hold for 3 LED Flashes / 3 Seconds Toggle Clash Mode Turn clash effects on or off
Hold for 4 LED Flashes / 4 Seconds Deactivate saber blade Saber will return to standby mode

While blade is in standby mode

Standby mode is while your saber is on (accepting inputs) but the blade is not active.

Control Effect Additional info
Press Button Activate saber Blade is now active
Hold for 1 LED Flash / 1 Second Volume Adjust Can be set to high, low, and mute
Hold for 2 LED Flashes / 2 Second Activation Effect Change the 'on' effect when activating the saber
Hold for 3 LED Flashes / 3 Seconds Blade Mode Can be set to: Stable, Ghost, Cross, Infinity, Wave, Rainbow, Fire
Hold for 4 LED Flashes / 4 Seconds Change Soundfont Select the next Soundfont
Hold for 6 seconds Sleep Mode Saber will sleep automatically if idle for 10 minutes

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