LED strip RGBCW SK6812 - digital, addressed - IP65 30 LED/m, 9W / m, 5V - 5m

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Individually addressed RGBCW LEDs placed on a 1 m panel with a density of 30 LEDs per meter. Pixels other than RGB may also emit shades of white, each pixel can emit color from 32-bit palette. Module requires one microcontroller output.

LED strip RGBCW SK6812 - digital, addressed - IP65 30 LED/m, 9W / m, 5V - 5m
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Description

Individually addressed RGBCW LEDs placed on a 1 m panel with a density of 30 LEDs per meter. Pixels other than RGB may also emit shades of white, each pixel can emit color from 32-bit palette. Module requires one microcontroller output (for example,Arduino).

 

 

The LEDs are arranged densely, at a distance of about 28 mm, and thanks to this the brightness is really high. The system is supplied with the voltage of 5 V, consumes approx. 2 A at every meter (9 W). It is possible to cut the strip every one diode.

 

Connection

The device has a 3-pin connector consisting of the following outputs:

  • GND (white wire)- module'sground
  • 5 V (red wire)- voltage supply, for one matrix connect a source with a maximum output current of at least 2 And at each meter
  • DIN (green wire)- digital control signal from the microcontroller

 

 

The product is compatible with Arduino and Raspberry Pi

 

Install the Adafruit library for Arduino

  1. Download the library from GtitHub by clicking the button Download ZIP
  2. Unzip the downloaded ZIP file, the result should be the folder that contains the files: Adafruit_NeoPixel.cpp That Adafruit_NeoPixel.h and other subfolders
  3. Rename the main folder to: Adafruit_NeoPixel
  4. Move the entire folder to the directory that contains the Arduino library, by default you should follow the path: /Documents/Arduino/Libraries
  5. Start Arduino IDE, the library will appear in the Menu: File -> Examples

First run - simple example

  • Run the test by choosing it in the Arduino environment:
    • File -> Examples -> Adafruit_Neopixel -> simple
  • Select the pin which will control the LEDs. Default is pin 6:
    • Line 11 #define PIN 6
  • Select the number of pixels that must be controlled. Default is 16:
    • Line 14 #define NUMPIXELS 16
  • Load a program into Arduino. Pixels should turn on in order of the amount specified in line 14.
  • If you want to change the lighting color, enter different values into the function:
    • Line 40 pixels.setPixelColor(and pixels.Color(0,150,0)) 
      In parentheses there are RGB components, the maximum value is each 255
  • Changing the speed of individual pixels is possible by editing the value:
    • Line 21 int delayval = 500;

Specification

  • Supply voltage: 5 V
  • Power: 9 V/m
  • Current consumption: approx. 2 And 1 meter of chain for a single diode, color white,
  • Used LEDs: LEDs RGBW SMD5050SK6812 (similar to WS2812B)
  • Addressed pixel: 1 led RGBW
  • Resistance to external conditions: IP65 (silicone cover)
  • Width: 10 mm
  • Strip length: 5 m

 

Cable length 5.0 m
Voltage to 5.0 V
Voltage from 5.0 V
Voltage nominal 5 V
Nominal power 9.0 W
Tightness class IP65
LED - color RGB
LED - type SK6812
LED - digital yes
LED - LEDs 30 per meter
LED lens clear
LED wavelength RGB
Package width 21.2 cm
Package height 1.4 cm
Package depth 24.2 cm
Package weight 0.21 kg

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