QuinLED-Dig-Uno: WLED Tutorial
WLED has quickly become the de facto standard software to run you digitally addressable LEDs. I run WLED on all my QuinLED-Dig-Uno and QuinLED-Dig-Quad boards since it’s awesome, has a native app and directly integrates into Home Assistant!
Updated v0.12 Multi-Channel guide
Although the below article and video still has great information about WLED and how to get started using it, there is a new updated WLED v0.12 guide, please make sure to check it out.
Below is part of the original guide I’ve written for WLED and it could still have good information for you!
Since this mainly involves a phone app I decided creating a video guide for it would be easiest to follow, below the video I’ll have some links to things mentioned in the video including a custom binary for running WLED with an ESP32 on the QuinLED-Dig-Uno.
Mentioned in the video
The following links where used in the video:
Articles mentioned in the video:
- QuinLED-Dig-Uno Hardware guide
- QuinLED-Dig-Uno Soldering guide
- What Digital 5v/12v RGB(W) LED Strip to buy
ESP32 special instructions
When using the ESP32 on the QuinLED-Dig-Uno you need to make sure to be addressing GPIO16, not GPIO2 (problem with trying to use several controllers on one board). Aircoookie has started making builds available which use the GPIO16 pin for the ESP32 which is needed for the ESP32.
Here is a direct link to the current version as of writing this (2020-01-22)
Have more questions? Please feel free to leave a comment under the video or join our Discord server, there multiple people are often available which can help figure out any issue you are having!:)
If you are new to DIY and building projects yourself, this might be a great project to start with. The QuinLED-Dig-Uno was developed with starting DIY people in mind, making sure soldering the board is as easy as possible.