What is it? This is a take on the famous Knight Rider KITT scanner (aka Larson Scanner) Why did you make it? It is fun! Need more reason? What makes it special? It uses a compact pcb with 20x 5mm L...Read More…
This is a take on the famous Knight Rider KITT scanner (aka Larson Scanner)
It is fun! Need more reason?
It uses a compact pcb with 20x 5mm LED consumes little power and is microUSB powered.
This is a project based on the work of Luc Volders, in his 4 part article on charlieplexing. The article explains in detail all you need to know about charlieplexing and how to make/program your own Larson Scanner LEDs, inspired by KITT from the Knight Rider series.
This was made possible with the help of my friend Alain. Please visit his Tindie store, Omzlo Store, to see what he has been up to lately!
How many LEDs? 20 LEDs How much current? around 25mA What kind of power supply needed? Any microUSB 5V source will be just fine.
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