16 Channel LED/Servo controller, 12Bit high resolution PWM driver for your Arduino, Raspberry, ESP8266, PIC, ATMEGA,etc projectsDesigned by NextEVO, Ships from Romania
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What is it? If you are looking for a very simple to use 16 Channel LED controller or just for a nice 16 Channel, high resolution PWM driver then this one is for you! The PCA9685 is an I²C-bus contr...Read More…
If you are looking for a very simple to use 16 Channel LED controller or just for a nice 16 Channel, high resolution PWM driver then this one is for you!
The PCA9685 is an I²C-bus controlled 16-channel LED controller optimized for Red/Green/Blue/Amber (RGBA) color backlighting applications. Each LED output has its own 12-bit resolution (4096 steps) fixed frequency individual PWM controller that operates at a programmable frequency from a typical of 24 Hz to 1526 Hz with a duty cycle that is adjustable from 0 % to 100 % to allow the LED to be set to a specific brightness value. All outputs are set to the same PWM frequency.
Each LED output can be off or on (no PWM control), or set at its individual PWM controller value.
The LED output driver is programmed to be either open-drain with a 25 mA current sink capability at 5 V or totem pole with a 25 mA sink, 10 mA source capability at 5 V.
The PCA9685 operates with a supply voltage range of 2.3 V to 5.5 V and the inputs and outputs are 5.5 V tolerant. LEDs can be directly connected to the LED output (up to 25 mA, 5.5 V) or controlled with external drivers and a minimum amount of discrete components for larger current or higher voltage LEDs.
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