What Makes SYNOPOD Shine


Open Architecture. Generate the same excitement of a big league LED light show at your event, game, concert or party. SYNOPOD LED lanyards create letters and numbers, chases, or light up different sections of the crowd with ease.


Patented Design. SYNOPOD LED lanyards are wearables that pair seamlessly with industry standard DMX control software using our proprietary controller. Its 34 channel system gives the ability to control up to 8 zones of LED wearable devices at one time.
Hardware Ecosystem

Understanding Zones

A Zone is a group of LED devices that light up together with instructions from the controller. Each zone can be turned on and off individually and set to different colors.


With 8 zones at your disposal, create DMX scenes as simple as a flashing sea of color or as complex as numbers counting down.

Get creative! Make your own zone map to create words, letters and symbols.

Expand the sections below to learn about different methods of controlling SYNOPOD lanyards. Click [here] to learn how Powered by SYNOPOD allows fans to create immersive lighting experiences in front of multiple stages at one event or across different venues in an entertainment district.

Using a DMX Software Controller

Control SYNOPODs directly with your laptop or desktop computer. For show stopping sequences and automated light control, all you need is our DMX remote controller and a USB-DMX interface.

PC connection diagram

The interface is typically a dongle such as the ultraDMX Micro from DMXking or small converter box such as the DMX USB Pro from Enttec. Any USB-DMX interface compatible with your choice of software may be used.

Get all the benefits of programmed light shows without complicated hardware.

Choose an interface that fits your budget and needs.

Turn your notebook or computer into a lighting control console.

Open-source software projects such as Q Light Controller+ (QLC+) are free and simple to use. Others such as LightFactory offer time limited free trials and has comparable function to professional light desks.

Software designed for users from amateur to professional is freely available online.

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Using a DMX Lightboard

Our proprietary DMX 34-channel remote controller integrates seamlessly with any major DMX lighting controller to control up to 8 distinct groups of SYNOPODs.

DMX connection diagram

DMX Remote Controller

Our DMX remote controller uses 34 channels to control up to 8 zones of SYNOPODs, with individual channels for red light, blue light, green light, and a built in flash setting. It includes an AC adapter and a long wave antenna for an optimal range of 400m*.


For connection to your current equipment, please use a standard DMX/XLR cable with a 3-pin female connector.


* Radio frequency (RF) signal reception is effected by a number of factors including geography, topography, as well as other RF equipment already in use.

SYNOPOD lanyards are highly visible and customizable LED wearables. Drive your brand like never before with your team colors, company logos, and designs for special events.
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