I need the help of someone more competent at deciphering datasheets of obscure components. I am currently building an LED indoor light installation and would like to have hundreds (400-800) of individually addressable LEDs. The most straight forward solution would be to use the common WS2812 RGB LEDs, that however would entail using copper wires as thick as garden hoses to distribute the 5V power. I know there are also 12V LEDs out there, but 24V would be much better. After several weekend nights of research I have finally found a smart LED that might be up to the task and is pretty affordable at the same time, while not drawing incredible amounts of power doing nothing:
IN-PI55TBTPRPGPB from Inolux (Datasheet)
Now the datasheet is fairly readable to me, but I am missing some critical information here. On page 4 there is a property that is named as "R/G/B port pressure - VDS,MAX" and it states 24V. Does that mean I might be able to attach VCC to a 24V rail? The ratings for VCC are not mentioned anywhere. Every piece of advice is appreciated!