Wire thickness needed When hooking up LED strip it can be hard to figure out what kind of wires you need to use. For each of my dimmer boards I’ve listed how to connect all the wires, but what thickness should these wires be? First off, let’s set the general rule we are using copper […]

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QuinLED-Dig-Uno¬†Hardware guide This hardware guide is for board revision v2r5, current version is higher, please see the revision page for updates.   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 this article about my shopping links. After reading that, […]

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Power Supply Considerations If you want your LEDs to light up, you’re going to need a power supply! These come in lots of shapes and sizes and you need to figure out what you are going to need for your project. Although overkill (in wattage/amperage) mostly isn’t a problem, an power supply that has been […]

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Tools and Equipment Next to the components needed for the boards themselves you are also going to need some tools and equipment to solder and hook-up the board. Below will be a convenient list with the tools and equipment I can recommend! It will also feature some additional items like screws, wires or anything else […]

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QuinLED-Deca Hardware guide To build the QuinLED-Deca you are going to need several components which are listed below. As a little disclaimer, please take a look at this article about my shopping links. After reading that, make sure to also take a look at the additional hardware and tools you might need to be able […]

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RGB (Red Green Blue) strips RGB strips come in lots of different shapes and sizes. Most strips use a 5050 LED package (5mmx5mm) with 3 colors inside of them. This means that each little LED module has a tiny LED in it for each color. Since what you are trying to light is always “far […]

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QuinLED-Dig-Uno This is a DIY project, click here to go to the hardware guide | Pre-Assembled versions are also available, to buy one click here QuinLED-Dig-Uno is part of the digital LED controller family and is an ESP8266/ESP32 powered WiFi connected addressable LED (strip) controller. QuinLED-Dig-Uno is suited for Clocked (Data and Clock pin) and […]

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