A 1m length of our own version of the highly popular NeoPixel LED strip which has become very popular with hobbyists and professionals alike. With 60 individually addressable RGBW LEDs per metre, PixelStrip opens up a world of possibility for LED strip lighting. We've based our design around the new SK6812 IC integrated into a RGBW LED chip, which is widely supported for use with most common control methods.
PixelStrip is ideal for use with Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Teensy as it's supported by most LED libraries including FastLED and Adafruit NeoPixel.
This LED strip is priced per metre. Quantities of up to 5 will be supplied as a continuous length as it is cut from 5m reels.
A smart LED control circuit and light emitting circuit in one LED package. Each lighting element is a pixel and the output is driven by patented PWM technology, which guarantees high colour consistency across all pixels. The control circuit consists of a signal shaping amplification circuit, a built-in constant current circuit, and a high precision RC oscillator.
This LED strip has a low drive voltage which allows for environmental protection and energy saving, high brightness, good consistency, low power, and long life.
The drive IC is the well proven SK6812. It has a standard 3 line construction - +ve, data and -ve. It is packaged inside the 5050SMD LED Chip meaning that each LED can be a different colour and programmed individually.
|Max Wattage||18w per metre|
|LED Density||60 per metre|
|Control Resolution||1 LED|
|Tape Width / Height||10mm / 2.5mm|
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What type of white does this chip have, cool, natural or warm? Do you do all three?
Hello, With the SK6812 Digital Addressable RGBW LED Strip, the standard white chip on the strip is a Cool White but being addressable and having the RGB colours also on the strip, it allows you to adjust the white from cool white and to a warmer white. Thanks