QuinLED-Dig-Uno Hardware guide This hardware guide is for board revision v2r6, please see the revision page for updates (and link to old guide) This board is now also available in pre-assembled form! To build the QuinLED-Dig-Uno you are going to need several components which are listed below. As a little disclaimer, please take a look at […]

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Specialty strips The strips I put in this category have some special feature which makes them stand out from normal LED strip. Think of things like having a different form, amount of LEDs or construction.   COB LED strip A COB LED strip is constructed differently vs a normal LED strip. Instead of soldering SMD […]

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Good Quality LED strip Sometimes LED strip just can’t cost what you need to pay for Premium quality LED strip, often not all applications even need that kind of quality. Like in your garage or other large area where you will need large amount of strip and can’t justify using the best quality. A compromise […]

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Accompanying video post This post is meant to mainly go along with the following video. Below you will find the ESPhome code used in the video so you can easily copy and paste it!     QuinLED-Deca-Plus ESPhome code substitutions: esphome_name: attic_deca_plus_36v esphome: name: ${esphome_name} platform: ESP32 board: mhetesp32devkit wifi: ssid: !secret esphome_wifi_ssid password: !secret […]

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QuinLED-Deca-Plus Hardware guide I’ve decided to slightly redesign this project (mostly PCB, not components), hoping for completion somewhere Q3-Q4 2020 For information about the different revisions, please see the QuinLED-Deca-Plus Revision history If you are looking for information about the board and it’s capabilities, please take a look over here first To build the QuinLED-Deca-Plus […]

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How much power do addressable LEDs use? There are lots of different digitally addressable LEDs out there, the more popular one’s are WS2812b and SK6812 for instance. But how much do all these LEDs use? Is there a difference in power usage? And how about between 5v and 12v LEDs? Let’s test this to find […]

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