Chainable RGB LED - 40 LEDs &Unit
  • Chainable RGB LED - 40 LEDs &Unit
  • Chainable RGB LED - 40 LEDs &Unit
  • Chainable RGB LED - 40 LEDs &Unit

Chainable RGB LED - 40 LEDs &Unit

SKU 104990028
This product is retired, please consider our 8x32 RGB LED Matrix w/ WS2812B - DC 5V as your alternative choice
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Description

This product is retired, please consider our 8x32 RGB LED Matrix w/ WS2812B - DC 5V as your alternative choice.

Vivid and delicate light effect is always an urge in the blood of people who like DIY. If you are one of them, this chainable RGB LED is definitely a perfect material for you, because it’s not only chainable but also addressable!

Each RGB is armed with a LPD6803 LED driver, and is capable of displaying up to 32768 colors. By daisy chaining them up, you just need two pins of your microcontroller to get the maximum of 2048 LEDs under your total control! How to do it? We provide a code for your quick start in the Resources part.

This product comes in 40 LEDs per unit, prepared for great LED matrix projects. They can be simply added to make longer chain or cut down into shorter segments according to your needs.

 

Features

  • Chainable

  • 32768 colors

  • 2048 ultra large maximum control capability

  • Only 2 pins required for control

 

Specifications

  • Working voltage: 5VDC

  • Working current: 0.06A

  • Rated power: 0.3W per LED

  • Waterproof level : IP68

  • Quantity: a strip of 40 PCS

 

Resources

 

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Can these be driven by an Intel Edison?...

on Oct 19,2016
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Just to qualify: My string of less does *not* have a BLUE

on Oct 19,2016
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This has a connector at each end. At the male connector end there is a white and red wire free, and the female end just a red wire.
The sample code doesnt say which pins to connect to. Can this be driven from an arduino uno? Does it need external p

on Oct 19,2016
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I have played with the chain and sorted it out. The Blue and green wires can connect to digital pin 2 and 3 on the arduino uno. The sample code has the wires around the wrong way for the RGB chain I got. It seems a arduino Uno can power the LEDs (up to

on Oct 20,2016 10:46 AM
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