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I have TM1812 addressable LED strip (1meter long 96 LED). I am looking a way to program it and i found this http://www.deskontrol.net/blog/arduino-based-artnet-node-for-led-pixels/ and its mentioned in article that it doens't work with current version of Arduino IDE.

Is there some other lib/api available to program it or another method?

UPDATE As mentioned by @dlu FastLED support wide variety of LEDs. I contacted developers of FastLED on google + and they have updated there documentation for support of TM1812 its similar to TM1809

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There is a very nice library called FastLED, it is also on GitHub as FastLED/FastLED. It is quite flexible and supports a huge range of addressable LEDs. I'm currently using it with 1.6.6.

The code that you linked to was developed with an older version of the Arduino IDE, so you might want to see if you can find an older version and try building with that.

  • I checked there reference sheet. its not mentioned anywhere they support TM1812. github.com/FastLED/FastLED/wiki/Chipset-reference – Akash Kumar Dec 2 '15 at 21:56
  • Ack, I'm sorry I was writing from memory and TM1812 is close to the WS2812 that the NeoPixel uses. I'll fix it… – dlu Dec 2 '15 at 22:07
  • Can i use WS812 library to program TM1812 or any other libs? – Akash Kumar Dec 2 '15 at 22:10
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    I need to go look at them. Do you have a data sheet you could link to? Looking at the GitHub page (github.com/FastLED/FastLED/wiki/Overview) I see that they are planning to support the TM1812, but don't have support yet. It might be worth contacting the authors and asking about the status of TM1812 support. Also since they support similar chips (by number) it would be worth comparing the data sheets to see how hard it would be support the newer chips. – dlu Dec 2 '15 at 22:14
  • How can i program them without using any library. – Akash Kumar Dec 2 '15 at 23:12
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All TM chip Family is supported by Fastled Libs if you use a TM1811 just put TM1809.

It should work, I have tried and it succeeded.

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