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DFRobot Rainbow LED Ring (Arduino Compatible)

Product Code : RB-Dfr-105

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 Supply voltage: 5V
Comes with pre-burned bootloader which has several built in led scripts
Can be programmed using standard Arduino IDE by FTDI breakout board
Interface: Serial/I2C/Digital pins

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Description

 Supply voltage: 5V
Comes with pre-burned bootloader which has several built in led scripts
Can be programmed using standard Arduino IDE by FTDI breakout board
Interface: Serial/I2C/Digital pins

The DFRobot Rainbow LED Ring (Arduino Compatible) is probably the most beautiful LED ring ever. Each led on the ring can be controlled separately on its brightness and colors (RGB). It comes with pre-burned bootloader which has several built in led scripts. It allows I2C/Serial communication from any MCU and can be serially linked to make a beautiful art piece via I2C. It can be programmed using standard Arduino IDE by FTDI breakout board.

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Specifications

• CPU: Atmega 168P
• Bootloader: Optiboot diecimila
• Output voltage: 5V
• Push button: x2
• 12 SMD RGB Led
• Firmware upgradable
• Stand-alone operation: No microcontroller needed for light script playback Back to top

Supplier Product Code

DFR0141 Back to top

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Very nice gadget

Review by lmimkac
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Yes, this is really nice product to play with. However, comparing to the earlier release the product has been redesigned. The CPU pins now have holes for a connector to be soldered in if needed. I myself liked the older version better due to a better connectors ergonomics.

(Posted on 2/24/15)