Addressable Digital LEDs have little chips inside of them making it possible to control them individually even with lots of them on a strip. Initially made popular by the WS2812b (Neopixel) LED chips now a days there are lots of variants you can buy. They all share in common that instead of an LED strip being a single color the individual LEDs can be controlled separately making all kinds of patterns and effects possible! This section of quinled.info will be all about Digitally Addressable LEDs, from controllers to LED strips to a matrix panel or “pixels” for your Christmas shows!
Everything in stock WorldWide and as long as it lasts in US!
- QuinLED-Dig2go (Single channel Plug&Play digital LED controller)
- QuinLED-Dig-Uno (Dual channel digital LED controller)
- QuinLED-Dig-Quad (4 channel digital LED controller with easy power injection and protection)
- QuinLED-Dig-Octa System (8 channel digital LED controller system with modular brain- and powerboards)
- QuinLED-ESP32 (custom ESP32 board for controllers or projects!)
- QuinLED-Data-Booster(-Maxi) (Little board to Data Signal Condition, mid-run boost or power inject!)
- Addressable LED strip buying guide (Get your LED strips!)
- Soldering cables to LED strip (video)
- What Digital LED chip to choose (ws2812b vs the rest)
- Maximum length data wire LEDs (ws2812b, sk6812, ws2815)
- What is the max amount of Addressable LEDs per controller?
- The Myth of the LED Data Resistor or Data Signal Cable Conditioning!
- How to add a Microphone to a Dig-Uno or Dig-Quad
- Custom compile settings used for https://install.quinled.info
Some of the below articles are still shared with analog LED strips, will update in the future
- Importance of LED Cooling (Aluminum profiles)
- What size fork/ring crimps do I need for QuinLED-Dig or Meanwell PSU?
- The ultimate LED strip power injection guide
- Can you run LEDs over POE?
- Why Ethernet cable (CAT5e, CAT6, etc.) isn’t suitable for LEDs
- 24v -> 5v buck converter power distribution setup
- QuinLED-Dig boards and using a relay and the vEXT function