QuinLED-Deca Revision history To try and keep track of past revisions and the major changes between the versions here is a list of past releases and some of the things that have changed QuinLED-Deca Version 1 Revision 5 2019-01-27 – Initial release version Revision 6 2019-02-13 – Added missing 4.7kΩ 0805 resistor for DS18B20 temperature […]

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QuinLED-Quad Revision history To try and keep track of past revisions and the major changes between the versions here is a list of past releases and some of the things that have changed QuinLED-Quad Version 1 Never Released Version 2 Revision 4 2018-12-03 – Initial release version Revision 5 2019-02-13 – Added missing 4.7kΩ 0805 […]

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QuinLED-Deca-Pro QuinLED-Deca-Pro is a bigger brother to the normal QuinLED-Deca, it’s still a 10 Channel WiFi connected PWM LED dimmer but it has some more features making it more suited for “whole home lighting” then running a few RGB strips. The main design goal for this board board was being able to run several high […]

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QuinLED-Dig-Uno: WLED Tutorial Recently new control software for the ESP8266 and the ESP32 has started to become more popular, it’s called WLED and turns your QuinLED-Dig-Uno into an addressable LED controller that can be easily controlled from an app on your phone. This article will be about installing it and doing some basic configuration. Video […]

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QuinLED-Dig-Uno Configuration examples I have created three configuration example articles, there you can find how you can connect an ESP8266 or ESP32 to Home Assistant with addressable LED strip, how to run xlights and also an article about running your own (arduino) code. Check them out here: ESPhome / Home Assistant xlights (E1.31 using ESPixelstick) […]

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QuinLED-Dig-Uno: xlights tutorial (ESPpixelstick) Another way to use the QuinLED-Dig-Uno is using it to run a digitally addressable LED strip or panel controlled remotely using the E1.31 protocol. That means that you can design patterns and effects on your PC in software (such as xsplit or vixen) which are wirelessly transmitted in real-time to the […]

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What Digital 5v/12v RGB(W) LED Strip to buy In this article I’ll highlight what I think will be the most popular strips for people to buy and what situations I’d recommend those for. I’ve written a different article here explaining the difference and chips and what makes them unique so if you are interested make […]

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