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2801 4 wire Pixel, what wires is +, -, data, clock

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Hello everyone!

I have had these 2801 4 wire pixels for many years. They are run with an older one universe controller. The problem - The UPS person walked thru my yard and ripped the wires from the pixel waterproof connector. I do not remember what wire is what. There is a red, black, blue, and green. The 4 wire waterproof connector is different colors at the controller to where I soldered the connections together. They have yellowed so I can't see in them. I can't find my spares. The company I bought them from said they can't help with an older legacy product. Would anyone happen to know what color is what on old 2801 Holiday Coro pixels? They are 2015 or 14.

 

My arches were dark the rest of the year cause I was scared to guess what wire was what and no help from the vendor. I just need to wire the connector back to the pixels, which was ripped off.

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Look close at the board inside those nodes where the wires are soldered going in. (can be any node) there should be labels near the plated thru holes.

Red and Black are pretty much a standard + and -

 

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Thanks TheDucks, but I already said I can't see inside them. They have yellowed.

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If you cant see in them then you  might as well cut the clear casing off one to see the board .

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