Mean Well DC Power Supplies
Headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, Mean Well is a manufacturer of switching AC/DC power supplies, DC/DC converters, DC/AC inverters and LED drivers. Mean Well has been manufacturing power solutions since 1982. Mean Well is a one stop manufacturer of standard switching power supplies. An unsurpassed selection of power supplies: single output, multiple output, enclosed, open frame, modular, external power supplies, 19" rack mountable, LED drivers, LED power supplies, medical power supplies, battery chargers, and much more.
The Power Pops Fanout Board
The Power Pops Fanout Board is a simple DC power splitter. This board is designed to take one input DC power feed and split it into 4 Main outputs & 4 accessory (low amperage) outlets.
The current version is v2.1.

Each Main output on the board has its own mini-automobile style fuse that is rated up to 5 amps. The four accessory outlets share one mini-automobile style fuse. Each fuse has a LED status indicator to show if power is flowing through that fuse; therefore showing that power is present and that the fuse is good.

There is a switch on the board that activates the function of all the status LEDs thereby allowing the user to turn off the LEDs unless needed. This switch does NOT turn off the power feed. It has no affect on the flow of power except to the LED indicators.

Additional information available on this Wiki Page.
Pixel Splice/TapPixel Splice/Tap
Pixel Splice/Tap (PST) makes the job of pixel repair or prop assembly much easier. It's a small PCB used to splice pixel strings. It also can serve as a power injection tap.

There are two versions. A 3 wire Smart RGB pixel version which has 3 sets of 3 holes and a 4 wire Smart RGB with clock/Dumb pixel version which has 4 sets of 3 holes. The Ground, Data and Clock holes for all three/four sets are bussed together. The power line is bussed only from the middle to the B position. When using as a splice, solder your pixel wires to the middle and B set. When using as an injection tap, solder the dead end of the string to the A side, solder the incoming power and ground to the middle set, and the beginning of the next string to the B side.

Both versions have notches near the ends to grab wire ties for strain relief.