This is my new WiFi LED driver.
It uses an esp32 and can control lots of different LEDs strips, and support DC power supply from 5V to 27V.
Why did I make it?
I have worked on a lot of RGB LEDs installations for different projects.
My goal was to have an easy-to-use, zero-latency wireless LED driver that works for all situations.
For that I wanted it to support 5V 12V and even 24V LED strips.
But also which allows to use 5V strip with 12V or 24V power supply which greatly simplifies installation and avoid expensive cable and voltage drop.
x2 LEDs data 5V output
Work with RGB LEDs such as WS281x, (Adafruit NeoPixels), APA102 (Adafruit DotStars), and a lot more.
Compatible Art-Net, E1.31, MQTT, HTTP, UDP, ...
Can be easly programmed with Arduino
The driver has 3 modes to power the LEDs:
"5V passthrough" modes when the input voltage and the LEDs are 5V.
"step down 5V" when the input voltage is betwen 8V and 27V and the LEDs are 5V (max 3A)
"VIN passthrough" when the input voltage and the LEDs are the same. (between 8V and 27V)
CPU: Xtensa dual-core 32-bit LX6 microprocessor operating at 240 MHz