McLighting: NeoPixel-Kontrollsystem mit einem ESP8266

The WS2811 and WS2812 LEDs of Adafruit's NeoPixel products are very popular because they are easy to control with almost any microcontroller and each LED can be controlled individually. So you can switch an unlimited number of LEDs on and off and even change their color with a single pin. If you want to go one step further and implement dynamic control, you can use the McLighting NeoPixel control system.

The McLighting project was developed by Tobias Blum to control WS2811 and WS2812 LEDs using a few different protocols and an ESP8266. One allows to access the devices in the same wireless network as the ESP8266. A color ring can be used to dynamically change the RGB values of the Neopixel.

But the real strength of McLighting is in the other protocols available. REST, WebSocket and MQTT communication are provided, which means that an ESP8266 with McLighting can be controlled by almost any device on the market. So you can easily integrate it with clients from iOS and Android to Windows and Raspbian. Best of all, it's available for free on GitHub!

Passend dazu

Passend zu diesem Artikel

View all
AI-Thinker AI-Thinker NodeMCU v2 - Lua based ESP8266
Sale price2,50 €
In stock, 19 units
Sparkfun SparkFun ESP8266 Thing
Sale price10,45 €
Only 3 units left
Sparkfun SparkFun ESP8266 Thing - Dev Board
Sale price10,47 €
Only 2 units left
Sparkfun SparkFun ESP8266 WiFi Shield
Sale price18,88 €
Not in stock, available for backorder
Olimex Olimex ESP-PROG-C
Sale price5,66 €
In stock
Sparkfun SparkFun Blynk Board - ESP8266
Sale price20,52 €
Only 1 unit left
Olimex Olimex ESP-PROG
Sale price4,52 €
In stock