An ESP32 Ethernet board and level-shifting HAT to control LED pixel strings and stripsDesigned by Wasatch Pixels in United States of America
The Wasatch Single has been enhanced to have 2 outputs instead of one. The second can be used for a relay or a second string of pixels. What is it? This is a board to control WS2812, WS2811, and var…Read More…
The Wasatch Single has been enhanced to have 2 outputs instead of one. The second can be used for a relay or a second string of pixels.
This is a board to control WS2812, WS2811, and various other protocols LED lights. It uses an ESP32-based WT32-ETH01 board with a custom HAT that shifts the 3.3V signals from the ESP32 to 5V signals expected by strings and strips of LEDs. It comes installed with WLED software that supports both Ethernet and WiFi connectivity. This can be used to control simple animations of LED lights as well as receive E1.31 and DDP data for sequenced light shows from programs such as Vixen and xLights.
I wanted a board that could control my LED lights during high frame rate (40 FPS) sequenced light shows as well as run WLED to control the lights during other times of the year. My WiFi-only-based WLED controllers could not handle high frame rates for sequenced light shows wirelessly. Other higher end controllers had their own proprietary software that worked with light shows, but didn't run WLED. This board allows me to run high frame rate sequences seamlessly without stagger or lag.
It is an Ethernet pixel controller that runs WLED and supports high frame rate pixels shows. Unlike Dig-Uno and Dig-Quad boards, it has Ethernet built in without extra cost and can support high frame rates without lagging or staggering.
Note: This board needs 5V power to run and output a data signal to LED lights. It does NOT output that power to LED lights. It only sends a data signal. You will need to properly connect a power source to your LED strips or strings in addition to connecting power and ground from this board to control the pixels. Make sure you connect the correct voltage to your board -- 5V for the 5V board. If using 12V on the 12V board, make sure the jumper is set correctly.
For more information and documentation about WLED and use of this product:
WLED is distributed under the MIT License
Copyright (c) 2016 Christian Schwinne
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