16 LED Controller with arduino nano, sensor inputs, pot and a switch.Designed by tdecurtins, Ships from United States of America
What is it? An LED controller that has 16 channels controlled by an arduino. LED driver is TLC5940. It also has 2 sensor inputs with 5v, ground and signal, and a photo resistor sensor input. Its...Read More…
An LED controller that has 16 channels controlled by an arduino. LED driver is TLC5940. It also has 2 sensor inputs with 5v, ground and signal, and a photo resistor sensor input. Its generally meant to be used with lighting automation. My design is made to work with these microwave sensors. With these you can hide them behind a wall (not metal) to have a seamless lighting solution that looks very professional on a DIY budget.
I wanted a more permanent solution for my stair lighting project.
This all in one solution brings together sensors and up to 16 controllable LEDs.
Just the board pictured. Required accessories are a 5V DC power supply and LEDs.
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