Michiel Brink based in Almelo, Netherlands has created a new wireless LED strip controller called EspLight, that is capable of using both analog and digital strips.
The wireless LED strip control board is perfect for makers, developers or hobbyists that would like to control their projects via smartphones or computers.
The EspLight board is currently a prototype at the moment but with your help Brink hopes to add the following features and take it to manufacture.
– Support for 5 and 12V LED strips. Because LED strips are not limited to one voltage and current, A power supply is not included.
– Support for almost all LED strips currently available. For example, but not limited to: WS2811, WS2812, Neopixel, WS2801 and RGB.
– A button to turn the EspLight into Access Point mode, so you can connect your phone or laptop with it and you can set up you local wifi router with a webinterface.
– A programming mode button.
– A reset button and a Windows/Linux program to easy install/upgrade the EspLight.
EspLight is currently on Kickstarter looking to raise just €1,000 and is available to pledge for from
€20 follow the link below for more information.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Hardware, Top News