Addressable RGB 150-LED Strip, 5V, 5m (APA102C)
This LED strip has a length of 5 m and contains 150 RGB LEDs that can be individually addressed using an easy-to-control SPI 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 APA102C strips to form longer runs or cut apart between each LED for shorter sections.
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APA102/SK9822 library for Arduino
This library allows you to control an arbitrary number of SK9822/APA102-Based Addressable RGB LEDs from an Arduino.
Adafruit DotStar library for Arduino
This Arduino library from Adafruit is an alternative to our library and should work for controlling our APA102-Based Addressable RGB LEDs.
Adafruit DotStar Python module for Raspberry Pi
This Python module from Adafruit can be used to control our APA102-Based Addressable RGB LEDs from a Raspberry Pi.
FastLED library for Arduino
FastLED is an Arduino library for controlling addressable LEDs that focuses on performance and offers advanced functionality like color correction. It supports our APA102-Based Addressable RGB LEDs and SK6812/WS281x-Based Addressable RGB LEDs.
Understanding the APA102 “Superled”
This blog article analyzes the SPI protocol of the APA102 and provides a library for controlling APA102-based LEDs with 8-bit AVR microcontrollers.