8-bit RGB strip ws2812

8-bit RGB strip ws2812

Postby greaseMonkey » Wed Dec 30, 2015 11:42 am

I was wondering if anyone has successfully got this RGB-module (http://m.banggood.com/CJMCU-8-Bit-WS281 ... 58214.html) to work with multiwii?

I would like one of these on each rotor arm, and if possible, imitating different patterns. An option would be to drive them from a second arduino, but how will I tell the second arduino, through an AUX channel to turn the lights on, when all PPM values are send through one wire to the FC with the PPM_SUM feature enabled? Can I send only 3 AUX states, without triggering a failsafe loop? Can the missing AUX PIN then be tied to ground, to simulate a reading?

Happy New year!

Best regards

Christian
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Re: 8-bit RGB strip ws2812

Postby alanwangwang » Tue Oct 25, 2016 2:38 am

i have try this with SK6812 led strip by Multiwill , as WS2812 is compatible with SK6812, so it must work with WS2812
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Re: 8-bit RGB strip ws2812

Postby misba » Wed May 29, 2019 12:02 pm

To which pins of arduino nano ws2810 should be connected ? and what changes has to be made in config.h file? kindly help
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