Brand: SainSmart

SainSmart Leduino DIY LED Matrix RGB Flexible Addressable LED-Panel

SKU: 101-50-FLM88 Variants ID: 39400113307727
$11.99

  • Design what you want: Each LED is individually addressable. You can set each LED as you wish and scroll messages or draw images. The color of light is highly consistent and bright. You can draw and design whatever you like.
  • Wide compatibility: It works great with Raspberry Pi, Arduino or stand-alone ATmega328p setup, and it also works directly with SPE105E, SP107E, K1000C, T1000S and more controllers. With different controllers, it has different effects, spectrum music mode, rolling subtitle, picture display, video display, fireworks effect and chase effect.
  • Easy to use: An Integrated control circuit on top of the LED is simpler, smaller and easier to install. Great for beginners.
  • Chainable and bendable design: You can extend the panel by hooking in series with 3pin JST connectors. The Flexible FPCB can be gently bent and curved around surfaces. Can be spliced into a larger pixel screen.
  • Application: Perfect for custom DIY LED sign projects of all skill levels. Party Signs, Desk Signage, Advertising, and so much more!

 

Size(cm)
8 x 8
Ship to
USA

SainSmart Leduino DIY LED Matrix RGB Flexible Addressable LED-Panel

FEATURES

SainSmart Leduino DIY LED Matrix RGB Flexible Addressable LED-Panel

Safety

Power reversal will not damage the IC with the intelligent reverse connection protection.
SainSmart Leduino DIY LED Matrix RGB Flexible Addressable LED-Panel

Colorful and highly consistent

Each pixel point of the three primary colors can achieve 256 levels of brightness display and complete 16777216 colors of the full true color display, scanning frequency of not less than 400Hz / s. The color of light is highly consistent, cost-effective.
SainSmart Leduino DIY LED Matrix RGB Flexible Addressable LED-Panel

Better performance

Designed with pure gold wires instead of alloy wires for a stronger MCD of each LED bead generating less heat and providing a longer lifetime.

What's in the box?

SainSmart Leduino DIY LED Matrix RGB Flexible Addressable LED-Panel

8*8 LED Matrix

  • What's included: 1x 8*8 LED Panel
  • Length: 8cm/3.15inch
  • Width: 8cm/3.15inch
  • Number of pixels: 64 pixels (8*8)
  • The length LED beads: 5mm
  • The width LED beads: 5mm
SainSmart Leduino DIY LED Matrix RGB Flexible Addressable LED-Panel

8*32 LED Matrix

  • What's included: 1x 8*32 LED Panel
  • Length: 32cm/12.6inch
  • Width: 8cm/3.15inch
  • Number of pixels: 256 pixels (8*32)
  • The length LED beads: 5mm
  • The width LED beads: 5mm
SainSmart Leduino DIY LED Matrix RGB Flexible Addressable LED-Panel

16*16 LED Matrix

  • What's included: 1x 16*16 LED Panel
  • Length: 16cm/6.3inch
  • Width: 16cm/6.3inch
  • Number of pixels: 256 pixels (16*16)
  • The length LED beads: 5mm
  • The width LED beads: 5mm

Note

  1. This LED matrix panel model is not waterproof, and should not be used in any outdoor applications.
  2. Edges are sharp, be careful.
  3. Do not bend it sharply or fold it in half.

How to control the LED Matrix Panel?

SainSmart Leduino DIY LED Matrix RGB Flexible Addressable LED-Panel
SainSmart Leduino DIY LED Matrix RGB Flexible Addressable LED-Panel

Specifications

  • IC type: WS2812B IC Built-in
  • Color order: GRB (NOT RGB)
  • Brightness level: 256
  • View angle: 120°
  • Input voltage: DC5V (Do not use DC12V or DC24V)
  • Current: 0.05A each LED bead
  • Power: 0.25W each LED bead
  • FPCB: Flexible
  • Color: full color 24-bit
  • FPCB board color: Black
  • Working Temperature: -25~+80℃
  • Life time of the pixel: 50000hrs

    Controlling LED Matrix Panel with Arduino

    1. Connect LED panel with Arduino: Connect the data input pin according to the code.

    Generally the Arduino power supply can meet the demand. When more than 300 lamps need to be lit up, using an additional 5V power supply is recommended.

    2. Open “Arduino IDE” and click “manage Libraries”.

    (“Arduino IDE” can be downloaded from https://www.arduino.cc/en/software

    3. Search the library file "FastLED" and Install it.

    You can visit Github to learn more about how to use the library file "FastLED" and matrix LED panel.

    4. Copy a sample code and according to the LED panel, modify the length and width in the code.

    5. Select the corresponding serial port.



    6. Select the corresponding board controller.

    7. Upload the sample code.