I know a lot of you put in your email to get the “back in stock” notification. If that’s what brought you here, and they are showing “out of stock” again, then you just missed them. Sorry.
Ho Ho Ho!! For all you good little boys and girls, Santa will get one more big shipment to me before Christmas. I will post an update HERE when I have a good estimate on their arrival date. (I can’t respond to all the individual messages asking about arrival dates. Sorry).
If you want another email when they are “back in stock” next time, you have to put in your email AGAIN.
Max order is 3. Please don’t order more than 3 at a time.
Here’s an alternative LED controller: https://drzzs.com/shop/pixel-pro/
The Dig-Quad is the next evolution in Wifi LED Booster Boards from Quindor. It can send different color and effect data to 4 different strings of LEDs.
The Dig-Quad comes with an ESP32 pre-loaded with standard (single channel output) WLED. There is a version of WLED that supports multiple channel output. A precompiled binary is available here:
It also makes 6 GPIO pins available through pin headers. These can be used to add buttons, relays, other sensors, I2C bus, OLED display, or just about anything else you can dream up. It even breaks out the A0 pin which could be used for Audio Reactive LEDs.
The Dig-Quad is ready for the future!
Devices are available for International Customers at: https://quinled.info/pre-assembled-quinled-dig-quad/
In order to better serve our Canadian brothers, you can now place orders from Canada at: https://www.xgeeks.ca/cc6x/smart-home-automation/quinled-pre-assembled-dig-quad.html
QuinLED-Dig-Quad is suited for Clocked (Data and Clock pin) and Clockless 5v or 12v Digital LED strips. Using clockless LED strip (such as WS2812b or SK6812) there are 4 independent level-shifted output channels, when using Clockless LED strip (such as APA102/SK9822) you can 2 strips.
Unique features of the QuinLED-Dig-Quad are 7 positive and negative output channels on the board running through 5 fuses (Channel 1&2 and 3&4 each share a fuse) making power injection much easier with all hardware and protection on the single board instead of having to use external components.
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:
WLED is distributed under the MIT License
Copyright (c) 2016 Christian Schwinne
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