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Nuts & Volts Magazine (November 2016)

Using Programmable RGB LED Strips in Arrays

By Theron Wierenga    View Digital Edition  


For some time, I have been thinking about building an LED table. Several iterations of table size, array size, type and number of LEDs, mount for the LEDs, circuits to drive the LEDs, and what exactly the array of LEDs would do has been considered. What I finally decided on was to use the popular RGB LED strips that are programmable. These strips are really easy to use and each LED can be programmed with millions of colors.

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