The LEDs can be meet very often in our environment - like devices, ELECTRONICS and APPLIANCES, automobiles, panels, process control on production lines, and also in the works. We offer a wide range of Grove modules with LED diodes RGB and LED, in the form of solutions with the individual diodes, and complex dies and circuits. Here you will also find programmable controllers, LED lighting-the fact that you can connect to tile Arduino and Raspberry Pi. If you want to enrich your project, the lighting system with interesting visual qualities, be sure to check out our offer!
Grove module equipped with a system MY9221 and 10-segment display. It can be used for a temperature or liquid level measurement. Communication via the digital signal, it is supplied with the voltage from 3.3 V to 5 V.
Waterproof RGB LED strip powered by 5 volt with replaceable silicone case. It consumes a power of 18 W/m, density is 60 diodes per meter. LEDs can also emit cool white light, degree of protection IP65. Price per pack, which includes a tape with length of 1 meter.
Module from the Grove that allow you to control a strip of LEDs included in the kit. Supply voltage is from 3.3 V to 5 V. since the LEDs operate with a voltage of 12 V, the module is equipped with converters AIC1896. 5 metre panel there are 50 LEDs in different colors. The system is controlled by the status of logic.
Grove LED Driver HT16K33 Matrix is based on I2C, which allows to control the matrix LED. Module HT16K33 can control 128 LEDs in a matrix of 16 × 8. For communication it uses the popular Protocol I2C or cable Grove, which is included in the kit.
RGB LED Matrix 8 x 8 with a control unit, designed to display simple images and patterns of 64 pixels LEDs, and 255 colors for each pixel, which gives almost unlimited possibilities. Voltage supply from 3.3 V to 5 V. The kit includes a Grove cable.
A module that allows you to control the brightness of monochrome LED strip with LED RGB brightness and color. It has 2-pin connectors, power supply screw connector, 4-pin screw terminal connector and two 4-pin Grove interface connector.
Module with white LED, fitted with Grove connectors is ideal for working with Arduino. The LED turns on, when the signal pin goes into high state. In addition, on the board there is a potentiometer placed to control the brightness of the LEDs. The kit also includes a cable suitable for Seeedstudio Base Shield v2.0.
Module from Grove with the electroluminescent wires driver. It allows you to connect wires EL Wire with pins on the microcontroller. Working voltage from 3 V to 5 V and the output voltage is from 70 to 110 Vpp.
The ring consists of 20 individually addressed RGB LEDs WS2813-mini-3535 with built-in control unit. Module requires one microcontroller output. Each LED has a constant current, which guarantees a uniform color even if you change the voltage.
The module is equipped with 20 LEDs RGB WS2813. On-Board Grove connector is for a simple connection to a base plate. Each of the diodes individually focused, to manage the whole just one pin of the microcontroller. The module is powered by 5V or 3.3 V.
Module with 15 LEDs RGB WS2813 arranged in one row. On the Board is Grove connector for easy connection of the module with base plate. Each led is individually orientedfor management of the entire module need one pin of the microcontroller. The module supply voltage is 5 V or 3.3 V.
LEDs are electronic components that emit light when voltage is applied to their findings. So ,,normal” semiconductor diodes, LEDs also have electrical conductivity in one direction, i.e. from the anode to the cathode. The parameter which determines the color of illumination of the diode, the voltage at which the diode begins to conduct and voltage is typically higher than for diodes germanowych (usually in order. 0,3 V) or silicon (typically 0.7 V approx.). For example, a very brightly glowing blue led, it will be about. 3.3 V and red of 2.2 V. approx. the LEDs have a wide application in the interfaces of different devices, such as optical signaling misleading, for example, about the end of the battery charging or activation level of an audio signal. In addition, writing a program to the microcontroller and using the PWM driver, you can create interesting animation, which is displayed on the LEDs. Increasingly, LEDs can also be seen in the lampposts and street displays and toys. There are also LEDs that emit light invisible to the human eye, e.g., infrared LEDs, present in the majority of remotes to control consumer ELECTRONICS. Another practical use of LEDs is the optical isolation high-voltage circuits from low voltage circuits by means of optocouplers, in which the indicator works with the optical sensor.
With the help of LEDs of the RGB type, you can create light with almost any color visible to the human eye, using a combination of luminescence intensity of red, green and blue emitted by the led is RGB. For example, wanting to receive the light color is pure blue, you need to install activate the blue LEDs at the maximum value, and the indicator red and green to control the least possible tension. To get white light all the LEDs that form the RGB diode must be connected so that all burned with the most intense light. Since the LEDs are located on the RGB diode is located very close to each other, the result visually is a combination of colors is not published. Control of RGB LEDs and their different colors of light, it is best to get for drivers with PWM, also available in our offer and are compatible with modules led flashlights Grove.
The store Botland, there is a square matrix constructed from the LEDs in the 8x8 system, which can work with Arduino and other popular platforms, equipped microcontroller. Matrix LED-they have many uses - for example, ads lighting on the facades of the building. Control signal for the LED matrix can be brought to her in the order, sequential or parallel, that determines the order zaświecania and suppression of the individual diodes that form the matrix. Please note that when you connect a LED matrix printer for Arduino, connect the ground supply (GND) of the sensor to ground on the Arduino. Once connected, you can immediately start to upload the finished program to render the graphics LED ones, and also to create projects animation on the matrix LEDS.