Mini EL driver for up to 4 EL devices with audio modulation, dimming, and sequencing through i2c(1 Review) Designed by Fyber Labs Inc. (Kirkland, United States)
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What is it? Our MAX14521E based Mini EL driver will support up to 300Vpp and a combined load of 40+nF which is more than enough to power several meters of EL wire. This Flex Module generates high v...Read More…
Our MAX14521E based Mini EL driver will support up to 300Vpp and a combined load of 40+nF which is more than enough to power several meters of EL wire. This Flex Module generates high voltage and care must be taken to insulate all outputs. Output castellations are spaced so that the circuit itself is safe, but do not drive output through a breadboard.
Fyber Labs wanted more control over EL lighting and a compact wearable solution.
This board is smaller than most EL power supplies, is fully controllable, and is driven off 5V or 3.3V DC. Your standard Arduino can power it from its regulator. Inductor has much less whine than larger EL power supplies. It has two address pins which allow for multiple Mini EL on the same bus. The board has an audio input to modulate EL lighting with music. AUX Audio input needs to be 0 to VDD. PWM control is also available on AUX from 100KHz-10MHz.
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Fyber Labs is based in Kirkland, WA. We are developing wearable electronics for consumers and makers. Our Flex Module line is available on Tindie. While we are working on our consumer products, we are happy to share our development system with fellow hobbyists and engineers.
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