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QuinLED-Dig-Quad

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QuinLED-Dig-Quad Back to Addressable LEDs section The QuinLED-Dig-Quad is a Digital LED controller that builds upon the features of the smaller QuinLED-Dig-Uno and has specific features to do larger scale projects while staying compact and offering much of the same features. These features include using an ESP32, screw input and output terminals, high board power […]

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QuinLED-Dig-Uno

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QuinLED-Dig-Uno Back to Addressable LEDs section The QuinLED-Dig-Uno is a Digital LED controller which uses an ESP32 to control Digitally Addressable LED strips but adds a lot of features in a very compact form factor such as screw input and output terminals, high board power handling, onboard fuse, reverse polarity protection circuit, level-shifters and more […]

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Power Supply Considerations for Digital LEDs If you want your Digitally Addressable 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, a […]

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Maximum length data wire LEDs This whole article talks about the data wire length from the controller to the first LED, going from LED and LED below does not apply! The Signal from an LED is much less powerful then from a controller. A different solution should be used extending behind a LED such as […]

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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? What’s the advantage of using 5v or 12v LEDs? Is there a difference in power usage? Let’s test this to […]

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