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Old 05-20-2018, 07:26 PM
nibennett nibennett is offline
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You can either run each fan/strip on separate outputs (Not efficient code-wise) or you can daisy-chain them and address them in series. That is, Fan 1 is LEDs 0-11, fan two is 12-23, and so on. The fourth pin on the fans' LED connection is the data coming from the far end of the LEDs on the fan and to be sent to the next fan.
Sounds like in series is the way to go. Wire them all in order as per original plan, then define as different series through the led number.
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Any update on this project? Did you ever get the leds addressed in series using one data-output pin? Would you mind sharing your code?
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Old 02-19-2019, 03:24 PM
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Any update on this project? Did you ever get the leds addressed in series using one data-output pin? Would you mind sharing your code?
Hi Alex!

Are you asking about my code as the original poster, or are you asking about nibennet's 3D printer enclosure project?
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