Hi all! I'm pretty new to the Arduino scene (particularly on the electronic side of things) and stumbled across something that has been bugging me for a while.
I have this RGB strip which was given to me as leftovers from a project. While I intended to wire it up and test it, most wiring diagrams I find are either with 4 connectors (voltage, R, G and B) or with 3 connectors
(voltage, data, ground). My problem is that my connectors are labeled (from top to bottom) B, R+, G.
I figured the Red input matched the voltage input, but that didn't feel like it made much sense since I (think I) wouldn't be able to control the red values ¯(ツ)_/¯
I haven't yet tried to adapt certain wiring setups I found using MOSFETs mainly because I haven't yet purchased any, though intend to. I was hoping someone more proficient in the field could lend some help regarding this. Sorry if it's a simple question and I'm just missing something obvious :-[
As for any info about the strip itself, I have no clue about anything. Don't know the name, the type, not even the voltage it needs to run. It was given as is.
Hope someone can share some expertise. Thanks in advance!