Grove compatible interface
Can be cascaded for a larger display
Best results achieved with LED strips 5 meters long or shorter
Outputs PWM signals
256 gray-levels are adjustable via programming
Arduino and MEGA compatible
Screw Terminals (power input and control signal output interface)
|Dimensions||120mm x 80mm x 13mm|
|Grove - LED Strip Driver||1|
If you rotated the"out"grove 4-pin harness 180 degrees, the cable to the next one in line wouldn't have a hard-to-manage twist in it...
If I wish to connect 4 different LED stripes (each LED strip is composed from 3 different colors LEDs connect together, each color LED is 10cm long). Therefore, is it possible and do I need 4 LED Strip Driver? Will I have some power proble
Can you please describe all the components used to build,"In case of two LED strips, upload the DualLEDStrip demo code instead"section in this URL:
can you tell me the dimensions and holes please.
Or even better would be a sketch where I can see it.
many thanks and excuse my english
I'm confused by the specification table at http://www.seeedstudio.com/wik...
My case is that we're going to connect three different color LED strip
I am interested in driving 5-7 meters of RGB LEDs (fortunately not all will be on at once). I want to be able to control the ramp on and off times of the LEDs, to be able to turn on individual leds in a random order (eg random controlling a range of 9
it is possible to wried to raspberry pi gpio
and sample code?
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