Hi all, I am trying to make a project involving a 4M 60 LED-per-Meter WS2812 strip. From what i've measured, there is actually a direct connection between the V+ and the ground, with about 300 Ohm of equivalent resistance in between them, allowing a measured current of about 350 mA. This is when the entire strip is completely OFF. Is this normal? Why is there so much current flowing through the WS2812 chips? (or does it flow through something else?) I would very much appreciate any answer because the project is short on amperage (only a small number of LEDS is supposed to be turned on at any given time).