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The WS2812 RGB LEDs are addressable LEDs. They have a built-in chip. When using Arduino to control standard RGB LEDs, you quickly reach the limits of the available Pins. RGB LEDs, in particular, necessitate the use of three valuable digital for channels (red, green, and blue). However, the WS2812 LEDs provide an excellent alternative for this. They have a built-in controller. The controller then determines which colour to light the LED using one wire of data from the Arduino board. Furthermore, multiple WS2812 LEDs can be connected in series. Nonetheless, in terms of color and brightness, each individual LED can be addressed separately.
- Black flexible PCB with adhesive tape
- LED Type: 5050 + WS2812 IC
- Input voltage: 5V
- Each LED can be an arbitrary cut-off
- Color: RGB
- 60 LEDs per meter
- Viewing angle: 120°
- Max. current/LED: 60mA
- Max. current per meter: 3.6A (18 watts)
- Power Consumption: Max 90W/5M
Pinout of the Single LED:
Power Pin: The power pin is simply a power input pin for the whole strip. The volts of the strip remain constant but the ampere needs to increase with each LED. To make it error-free and fully bright as same with all the LEDs always use a better power supply otherwise some LEDs may not glow properly.
GND: The ground pins to make the common ground with all the controlling devices. In the whole LED strip, all the grounds are common with IC WS2812. Further, the IC gives a single ground pin to make the common ground.
Data Pin: The data pin is for the Microcontroller/Arduino. It takes the serial data input from the Arduino/Microcontroller and then displays the LED pattern on the strip according to the given data. The data pins are only one in the whole strip and help to control the color and state of any LED.
1x 1m of WS2812B 60 LEDs Black Strip