Works with WLED and other Arduino Firmware.
The future has landed in Wireless LEDs
ESPArtStick is a small wireless pixel controller designed to control a single addressable LED pixels/neopixels using a special shield and for the Wemos D1 mini. Works with espixelstick and xLights along with FPP
In the last few years, individually addressable RGB lights have been getting cheaper and cheaper. These lights contain a small controller chip alongside the RGB LED which makes it show a certain colour. The controller chips have a serial data input and output, and can be daisy-chained together. In this way you can control many different lights using just a few control wires (rather than needing wires going to each individual light).If you’ve played around with controlling LED pixels, you know that getting the infrastructure set up to control your pixels can be quite time-consuming.
This is the USB powered edition pixel controller, for other power based controllers, please refer to the main store catalog.
Pixel controller allowing for the option of being a wireless pixel controller or stand along Sequence Player from a SD card.
Uses USB for power (power packs solder separately) for your hat, cloths, or other lighted wearable lighting.
Includes it's own custom made case.
Allows for up to 32GB sdcard (Not included)
With SD-Card plays up to 512 pixels at this time.
You can also change the firmware for WLED and others for WiFi controllable pixels.
Device reads sequences you create from a SD-Card reading for stand alone sequence plays of xLights sequence data files (see notes on xLights usage)
Allows for 512 pixel count usage for SD-Card play.
Added button for changing of sequence or hold down to change brightness.
2.4 GHZ WiFi Pixel Controller (Reload firmware required for use of WiFi hardware such as WLED or EsPixelStick)
Data level shift for better pixel color and data control
Micro USB for easy programming (advance mode use)
3 pin header screw terminal for your RGB addressable pixels
SETUP and Usage for SD-Card Standalone sequence playing
Incorporating LEDs into an electronic project used to be a veritable rat’s nest of wires and custom code. The arrival of dedicated LED driver chips brought welcome relief, offloading grunt work from the micro controller and allowing one to focus on the application. Much simpler, but still not “Christmas light” simple.The ESP Art StickIntegrates Lights in the latest advance in the quest for a simple and affordable full-color LED that is easy to use.
ESP Art Stick
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