Flexible 8x8 RGB LED Matrix Gravity
Flexible 8x8 RGB LED Matrix Gravity - Good news everyone! We have a new member to the Gravity family - The Flexible 8x8 RGB LED Matrix! This module is a square panel with a soldered XH2.54 3-pin interface with pin mappings that perfectly match the Arduino I/O expansion shield.
This flexible 8x8 RGB full-color LED matrix module is based on WS2812 or SK6812 intelligent control LEDs. Each LED can be independently addressed with RGB pixels that can achieve 256 levels of brightness. That’s 16777216 colors in total with a scanning frequency no less than 400Hz!
The LED panel is single wire control board. We have customized a special cable to make it compatible with Arduino I/O expansion shields without any soldering. The module also supports cascading control. All you need to do is connect Din to the DOUT port. In combination with the open source Arduino library, you can control an entire array of LEDs using just one pin!
Each LED requires a maximum current of 18mA. When multiple modules are in use, it is recommended to use the DFRobot Gravity IO expansion board to power multiple LEDs matrix via the Servo Power Port.
Frequently Asked Questions About Flexible 8x8 RGB LED Matrix Gravity
Q1: What is a Flexible 8x8 RGB LED Matrix Gravity?
A Flexible 8x8 RGB LED Matrix Gravity is an electronic device that contains a grid of 64 individually controllable RGB LEDs. The LEDs are arranged in a 8x8 matrix on a flexible circuit board, allowing it to be bent and shaped into various forms.
Q2: What is the function of a Flexible 8x8 RGB LED Matrix Gravity?
The main function of a Flexible 8x8 RGB LED Matrix Gravity is to display various patterns, animations, and text messages. It can be programmed to display a wide range of designs and patterns, making it suitable for use in various electronic projects such as wearable technology, digital art, and home automation.
Q3: How is the Flexible 8x8 RGB LED Matrix Gravity controlled?
The Flexible 8x8 RGB LED Matrix Gravity can be controlled using a microcontroller such as Arduino or a Raspberry Pi. It can also be programmed using software such as the Arduino IDE or Python programming language. The device requires power and data signals to be sent to the LEDs through the input and output pins on the flexible circuit board.
Q4: What are the technical specifications of the Flexible 8x8 RGB LED Matrix Gravity?
The Flexible 8x8 RGB LED Matrix Gravity has a pixel resolution of 8x8 and contains 64 individually addressable RGB LEDs. The device operates on a voltage range of 4.5-5.5V and consumes a maximum current of 90mA when all the LEDs are lit at full brightness. The device is compatible with various microcontrollers and can be controlled using different communication protocols such as I2C, SPI, and UART.
Q5: What are some applications of the Flexible 8x8 RGB LED Matrix Gravity?
The Flexible 8x8 RGB LED Matrix Gravity can be used in a wide range of applications, including wearable technology, digital art, home automation, and entertainment. It can be used to create dynamic lighting effects, display text messages and animations, and provide visual feedback in electronic projects. The device is also ideal for educational purposes and can be used to teach programming, electronics, and digital art.
- Full Color RGB
- Supports Cascade Control
- Compatible with Gravity Interface
- Supports External Power Supply
- Operating Voltage: 5V
- LED Type: SK6812/WS2812
- Communication Interface: Gravity 3Pin interface
- Operating Temperature: -25 ~ +80 ℃
- Dimension: 80*80 mm/ 3.15*3.15 inches
- Weight: 130g
- Flexible 8x8 RGB LED Matrix x1
- Matrix Gravity Interface Cable x1
- DC Barrel Jack Adapter - Female x1