How Do I Use a Pixel LED Controller to Control Addressable LED Strips?

Addressable LED Strips

The integration of automated control technology and LED intelligent lighting systems is gradually encroaching on our everyday lives as a result of the ongoing advancement of technology and the quickening growth of information technology. Smart lighting mostly uses the Internet of Things to link various lights and lanterns, and it allows for remote control of these fixtures to provide a new mood or setting.

Wi-Fi LED controllers, Bluetooth LED controllers, pixel-led strip light, radiofrequency controllers (RF controllers), infrared controllers (IR Controllers), and other wireless LED controllers are now available on the market for use with house lighting and lanterns.

The number of lights and lanterns, the short distance, and other limitations may be controlled using radiofrequency, infrared, and other controller control methods. And although a wireless LED controller can solve the aforementioned issues, due to its device driver for MOSFETs, it is unable to operate an IC, which limits the light’s ability to alter and results in monotonous and other issues.

The development of a pixel LED controller is a great remedy for the aforementioned problems. Based on the SPI LED controller, the pixel Wi-Fi LED controller offers WIFI technology. The application of the light transformation effect is more extensive when cell phones are used to create different lighting effects mode data.

Which kind of addressable LED strips can the Pixel LED Controller control?

Addressable LED Strips are becoming more and more well-liked due to their vibrant display, changeable impact, and easy and practical control.

Several driver ICs, including WS2812B, SM16703, WS16704, WS2811, UCS1903, SK6812, SK6812RGBW, INK1003, UCS2904B, etc., may be controlled by a pixel LED controller.

A typical LED strip light is the WS2811 strip light. Lamp beads that use the IC for WS2811 are 5050 RGB. Through the pixel LED controller, the strip light with intelligent IC may be modified to provide various lighting effects.

The WS2811 multicolored strip light employs FPC to assemble the circuit board, together with SMD LEDs and the original assembly, resulting in a product with a coin-thin thickness. WS2811 light strips may be cut, while FPC material is flexible, soft, and ideal for usage in tight spaces. Every LED creates a circuit.

Only one LED light source, a small filter capacitor, addressable LED strips with built-in IC lamp beads, LED driver IC, and RGB light-emitting chip are required to create a whole pixel point. One bead is managed by one IC. If one IC malfunctions, it won’t impact the other beads, allowing the circuit to be shortened according to the length of the demand without causing damage to other components.

How does the RGB LED pixel controller of the SPI LED work?

The RGB LED pixel controller’s decoding IC is intended to control RGB LED pixel tape or point light sources. The operating range is 5–24 V. The APP may be downloaded, connected to through Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, and used to control devices. Different dynamic modes and static colors may be simply changed on the APP.

A 2.4 GHz remote controller may also be used to operate addressable LED strips. By connecting from the pixel LED controller, you can also utilize the synchronization feature to simultaneously control multiple bulbs.

Individually addressable LED strips’ features under APP control

Mode Fixed

There are 10 fixed modes available for consumers to choose from via APP control. To accomplish a range of entertaining ways to play with the addressable LED Strips, use the functionalities in the APP to alter the color, brightness, light flashing speed, etc. of the addressable LED Strips.


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