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    Default Re: Electronic roulette with PIC microcontroller

    I used Les's code for a project with WS2182 and it worked beautifully. I can't see how speed could be a problem with the higher clock speeds now available.

    Charlie

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    Thanks Charlie.

    They are incredible to watch flashing around at different colours and patterns all from a single pin. :-) Their timings are a bit tight and the WS2812 has slightly different timings to the WS2812B, so if anyone gets a string of LEDs that doesn't quite work, make sure they are WS2812B types, otherwise, alter the DelayCs timings in the library code to match.

    My friend Richard came around one night and saw the WS2812B 60 LED ribbon making patterns and colours from my code, so he bought a string of them and I gave him an Amicus18 board to play with them, even though he is not a electronics or programmng person per-se. :-)

    The APA102 devices are really nice, and fast with their SPI interface! I've created a library for them and I'll upload it once I've gone through the code and made it more tidy. It's just a shame they are more expensive.
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    Hello
    I am waiting for a true serial LED light strip, they would have to be single color or seperate RGB with seperate data lines and single clock.
    I have used both types of displays and a true serial display would open up a world of easy flowing word projects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by top204 View Post
    I'd be interested in seeing your timing code.
    I don't wish to hi-jack this discussion, you may follow up this one.

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