Addressable High-Density RGB 72-LED Strip, 5V, 0.5m (WS2812B)
This high-density, 0.5-meter long strip contains 72 RGB LEDs that can be individually addressed using a one-wire interface, allowing you full control over the color of each RGB LED. The flexible, waterproof strip runs on 5 V and can be chained with additional WS2812B strips to form longer runs or cut apart between each LED for shorter sections.
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WS2812B integrated LED and driver datasheet (266k pdf)
Arduino library for addressable RGB LED strips from Pololu
This library allows you to control an arbitrary number of SK6812/WS281x-Based Addressable RGB LEDs from an Arduino.
Adafruit NeoPixel library
This Arduino library from Adafruit is as an alternative to our library and should work for controlling our SK6812/WS281x-Based Addressable RGB LEDs.
Adafruit NeoMatrix library
This Arduino library from Adafruit makes it easy to control matrices of NeoPixels and should also work with any chain of SK6812/WS281x-Based Addressable RGB LEDs arranged in the correct grid pattern. Note that this library requires the Adafruit NeoPixel and Adafruit GFX libraries.
Example AVR code for addressable RGB LED strips from Pololu
This example AVR C code allows you to control SK6812/WS281x-Based Addressable RGB LEDs with an AVR microcontroller.
PololuLedStrip mbed library
This library lets you control our SK6812/WS281x-Based Addressable RGB LEDs from an mbed microcontroller board.
Force-Sensing Linear Potentiometer and LED Strip with Arduino Demo
This Arduino program (sketch) shows how to use an Interlink force-sensing linear potentiometer to control an addressable RGB LED strip.