I am currently working on a project where I want to control 14 serially controlled 12V LED's (IC UCS2903) via FastLED. I have the following components:
- 12V 2,1A power supply
- 14x (9LED [SMD 5050] /2.16W / Datasheet UCS2903) addressable 60mm amusement park led pixel light;6leds/9leds(1.44W/2.16W)5050 RGB SMD ;DC12V;IP65;UCS1903 IC|LED Modules| - AliExpress
- Arduino Nano
- Various transistors and N-Channel MOSFET
In search of a suitable cabling article, I came across this one (https://create.arduino.cc/projecthub/najad/12v-rgb-led-with-arduino-fb6c46). But in this article LEDs are driven with 4 pins, my LEDs have only 3 (GND, +12v, DATA).
After further research I came across the following cabling concept,
does this cabling work or will the Arduino possibly break down?
I just read something in the Datasheet of the IC, but cannot imageine how the wiring should look: