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Topic: what does it take to program a led strip? (Read 525 times) previous topic - next topic

yoni11

good day!
how to program an rgb strip to light up? i am a beginner in electronics, but not in programming. also i need to know the technical details between lighting up the strip from the arduino or as a "standalone" (if i understand correctly that means the strip is detached from the arduino and runs on some program "burned" into a "microcontroller". do i understand well? i appreciate your attention. thank you

Paul__B

Show us a Web link to the LED strip first.

larryd

Adafruit has several tutorials covering different types of LED strips.
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PaulRB

Hi, yes, we need to know what type of rgb strip you mean. There are two types. In one type, all the rgb leds on the strip show the same colour. These need a 12V supply. In the second type, each led can show a different colour. These need a 5V supply.

Arduino is a microcontroller. When you upload a sketch to it, this can be called "burning".

Paul

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