Corsair RGB Lighting Channel Splitter
We've had the RGB Fan LED Hub Splitter for some time but we've come across several requests for something a little more - a splitter that includes the +5V power pin that's missing on the Fan Hub Splitter. And so we have the Lighting Channel Splitter.
This splitter will allow you to split a single RGB Lighting Channel from a Corsair Lighting Node Pro or Commander Pro into two identical channels. Each channel has all three pins connected so you can power devices from it. This works really well in combination with our Aura and JST-SM adapters, allowing you to put two of the adapters on a single RGB channel. And yes, it will also work as a Fan Hub Splitter. (But, seriously, if you are just connecting fan hubs, use the Fan Hub Splitter!)
As with any splitter, there are some important limitations that you need to be aware of. You should not power more than 60 LEDs from a single channel; more than that may blow a fuse in your Lighting Node Pro or Commander Pro. And when you configure iCUE, you should configure it to for the connection with the most LEDs. One more thing - some devices with independent power require to power connection to switch over to "motherboard" control - such the Phanteks EvolvX case. (Tip: With the Phanteks EvolvX case, you can use this splitter with the Aura adapter to provide signal to the case and then power a full channel of 6 RGB Strips!)
Note: This will not work with the the older Corsair Commander Mini with the 4-pin lighting channel!