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Questions tagged [ws2812]

An RGB LED, when run in a strip, is individually addressable.

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Running 5v and 12v strips together?

I want to run 5v and 12v strips and halos together, i read that with the 12v strips, give 12v to the strip but the data is always 5 volts, and tie the ground to the ground of the 5v controller? I use ...
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Methodology for designing/prototyping LED patterns

Several of my projects go through this time-consuming and tedious phase: design a LED pattern for a geometry of WS2812 LEDs implement it with e.g. FastLED write to Arduino and see results goto step 1 ...
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Flickering issue with powering WS2812B LEDs

Hello I'm having a flickering issue with my WS2812B LEDs, I know that it's obviously something that I have done incorrectly and to rule one possible issue out that it cannot be the Arduino code as it ...
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WS2812B LED Stripe going crazy with Arduino and External Power Supply

I have a simple connection here: A WS2812B 5m 300 leds strip 5V; A Power Supply MS-150-5 150W 5V; Arduino with a simple code to blink 10 first leds; TEST: If I connect my power supply to my LED ...
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Problem with html code in ESP8266 WebServer

Here I have a small problem: I have an ESP8266, to which I have connected a matrix of LEDs to move text (the array of LEDs is made with the tape of LEDs addressable ws2812); when you turn on the ...
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How to connect an addressable (ws2811) led-strip with long cable to an adruino?

I set up a light show on my Arduino and it worked perfect when I tested it. I connected the the data line of my 1 meters (3.2ft) of addressable ws2811 ledstrip direct on the breadboard next to the ...
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How to control Neopixel LEDs in parallel?

Imagine a collection of LEDs (Neopixel or otherwise) labeled 2 through 12. There may be more than 11 LEDs, so repeat numberings are allowed. I want a simple way to control them from a single Arduino ...
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FastLed LED Strip Output Checksum

I am wondering if anyone has ever connected the output of their LED strip back to the Arduino to read and make sure the strip is functioning correctly, kinda like checksum functionality. I am using ...
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How to deal with unusual neopixel grid

I have built a custom installation in my home with 896 WS2812 LED driven by an ArduinoMega 2560 and powered by several rails just fine. However, the installation is arranged in a checkerboard-like ...
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Control multiple WS2812B strips with different leds count

First of all, my English is not that good so sorry if I made any mistake. I'm using the WS2812FX, an awesome WS2812 effect library base on Adafruit NeoPixel library to make a small controller for the ...
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LED strip problem… getting red when expecting white with lots of pixels. Fine with 1 pixel

I have an Arduino Uno. I bought this LED strip: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B019DYZNO6/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s02?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Starting initially using FastLED library. When I tried ...
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Not getting pure color while using the FastLED with WS2812b

I am working with the LED strip WS2812b and FastLED library, currently I have only 3 LEDs connected in such a way that the first 2 receive a color (say green) and the last one receives another one (...
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WS2812 HELP. Need name of Unkown component [closed]

https://i.imgur.com/u5SIvLo.png I need to know what the little "thing" that i marked in blue is and how it works. Thanks. picture taken here: https://www.sparkfun.com/products/13282
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Do I have to wire up my WS2812 LED strip in “series”, if I want to address each LED individually?

Let's assume I want to make an asterisk (*) out of LED strips. I want to control each leg individually, while still being connected to only one GPIO pin. The layout I had in mind, looks like this: ...