LED Strips always glow nicely in the dark and are super fun to play with. They can be used in home decorations, festives and interactive art installations. For example this Christmas someone put a phone-controlled strip around the Christmas tree for S.O., and it looked great!
This Digital RGB Strip is a intelligent control LED light source that the control circuit and RGB chip are integrated in a package of 5050 components. There are 60 RGB LEDs per meter, and you can control each LED individually. It internal include intelligent digital port data latch and signal reshaping amplification drive circuit. It also contains a precision internal oscillator and a 12V programmable constant current control part, effectively ensuring the consistency of pixel point light color.
With low voltage requiremnt and environment-friendly design, this Digital RGB LED Strip has high brightness, low power consumption and long life. Its additional features are awaiting your exploration!
Digital RGB LED Strip 180 LED Projects
Got stuck figuring out ideas for Christmas decors? Still thinking about putting LEDs strip and EL wires together? Simply puting LEDs and make them blinking is a has-been.
Digital RGB LED Strip 180 LED Project 3. Halloween pumpkin lamp made by micro:bit
Digital RGB LED Strip 180 LED Project 2. How to Make A Pet Wearable
In this tutorial we will use an Arduino Beetle BLE to make a simple wearable device for …your pet! My cat is the model of this wearable project.
Here are the main functions to implement:
-The wearable device will be built around a small jacket that the cat can wear.
-A light strip on the jacket will be light up with our cat’s steps (to put dog walkers to shame)
When the wireless jacket is paired with your phone via Bluetooth, it will control the light strip to flash on and off so that you can locate your pet quickly.
How can a Halloween without a pumpkin lamp? The pumpkin lamp made of recently popular Microbit is a good choice.
Digital RGB LED Strip 180 LED Project 4. How To Make LED Kitchen Sink Lights with a PIR Sensor, Arduino, and 3D Printing