Dig-Uno : LED Booster Board

(7 customer reviews)

$27.50$37.50

QuinLED-Dig-Uno v3  is an ESP32 based, addressable LED controller.

      • Because of the ESP32 and WLED 0.12.0 you can now have two independent LED channels!

Comes with a QuinLED-ESP32 Pre-Flashed, Pre-Soldered, and Tested!

    • Choose one of 3 versions
      • On-Board Antenna
      • External Antenna
      • Ethernet Add-on Board [COMING SOON]
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Description

Max order is 4.  Please don’t order more than 4 at a time. 


QuinLED-Dig-Uno v3  is an ESP32 based, addressable LED controller.

What’s new in v3?

  • Comes with a QuinLED-ESP32 Pre-Flashed, Pre-Soldered, and Tested!
    • Choose one of 3 versions
      • On-Board Antenna
      • External Antenna
      • On-Board Antenna + Ethernet Add-on Board
  • Dual channel controller!
      • Because of the ESP32 you now have two independent LED channels!
      • Official support launched in WLED 0.12.0!
  • Custom DC-DC circuit onboard
    • Auto 5v-24v voltage input circuit (no more jumper!)
      • Enhanced LED data voltage at an always steady 5.1v, no matter the input voltage
    • Auto 5vEXT with 5v-24v compatibility
      • No jumpers again, fully auto selected
      • 2x pin header near input terminals to provide 5vEXT power
      • Because of the custom DC-DC circuit on the board 5vEXT now accepts 5v-24v input for standby power

Devices are available for International Customers HERE

Some info about output pins: HERE

DISCLAIMER: This is still a “DIY” project.  The device comes assembled, tested, and loaded with the software, but you are still responsible for knowing how to use it.  I can’t replace your devices if you use it incorrectly and damage it.

All the information you need is available at:

https://quinled.info/2019/05/09/quinled-dig-uno-pinoutwiring-guide/

https://quinled.info/2019/09/21/quinled-dig-uno-wled-tutorial/

WLED is distributed under the MIT License

Copyright (c) 2016 Christian Schwinne

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM,
OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE
SOFTWARE.

Additional information

Weight1.5 oz
Dimensions2 × 2 × 2 in
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7 reviews for Dig-Uno : LED Booster Board

  1. Trent McKellar (verified owner)

    Amazing little
    Controller for my Christmas Light project!

  2. Ryan Hoffman (verified owner)

    Very happy with my purchase. The board’s design has been approached like fine art and the outcome is a great product for DIY LED lighting projects.

  3. Brandon Peterson (verified owner)

    Well worth it! I had been creating my own basic setups, but these made it worth it saving me hours of soldering, plus adding many more safety features I didn’t have. Thanks so much!!

  4. Adam Scharringhausen (verified owner)

    Extremely happy with my Dig-Uno. Just ordered 2 more! Thanks guys

  5. justin collins (verified owner)

    These things are amazing!! I have been so pleased with them, that I have given several of them to friends to help start their “addiction” too. My experience ordering from Dr zzs (and family) has been great (on all 3 occasions) and worth the wait when it has been necessary.

  6. Nick Greed (verified owner)

    Great Product! Arrived in great condition and worked right out of the box!

    • DrZzs (store manager)

      yay! Love to hear it. Thanks for taking the time to post a comment Nick 🙂

  7. Chris Griffis (verified owner)

    Few Design Oversights But Close To Perfect

    Most notably, the fuse slightly overhangs the top of the esp32 board by 1-2 mm and completely blocks the USB-C port. Luckily I had extra female to long male pin header extensions that would raise the board just above the fuse so I can control WLED over USB for my monitor backlight software. (Note. not included with Dig-Uno nor Quinled esp32 boards).

    This also means that to remove the esp32 board from the Dig-Uno you have to remove the fuse first or risk bending a component to get the proper clearance to remove the esp32 board. I love how compact the Dig-Uno is but 1-2mm is probably not worth some people bending a pin on their esp32 board.

    There seems to also be another design oversite in that these Quinled esp32 boards use 2 sets of 9×2 pins of which the Dig-Uno can physically only fit 1 9×1 row and 1 9×2 row. I don’t think this really matters since none of the pins seem to matter for the Uno but I think widening the overall pcb by 3mm to accommodate the second row of 9 pins would be overall cleaner than letting the pins hang out. Or in the case of what I received on my Dig Uno, forcibly jamming an empty 1×9 pin header into the slot between the soldered 9×1 header and the external 5v pins.

    Other than the completely blocked USB-C port, which can be fixed with extension pin headers, the other issues only affects the initial setup and use of Dig-Uno for my use case. If you’re just plugging in wires and using WLED it would be seamless. Everything else from the components, soldering quality, and safety design is almost perfect which is why the little things stand out more. Overall if you’re thinking of any kind of RGB strip project I would only recommend these Dig-Unos or Quads.

    • DrZzs (store manager)

      thanks for your thoughtful review.
      I can add some information to the topics you discussed.
      First, the USB port is purposely blocked when attached to the DigUno/Quad. The diguno/quads were never intended to be powered using the USB port. By powering it through the USB port you are bypassing the fuse. Also, if power is connected to the power terminals AND the USB port at the same time, the device will most likely suffer damage. So the positioning of the USB port is not an oversight, but a purposeful design choice.
      Second, the previous version of the DigUno was designed to be used with the ESP8266-based D1mini. If you want to use the QuinLED-ESP32 on the older version of the DigUno then you should only solder the inside rows of pins. That is why if someone wants me to solder the ESP32 for them they need to specify which version of the DigUno they are using (new or old). The new version of the DigUno has 2 rows of pin headers to accommodate all the pins on the QuinLED-ESP32.
      Thanks again for your thorough review!

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