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  • Beware - it is common ANODE!

    posted by avk999

    It works. Bright enough, quality is good. Price is right
    I've used four shift registers (one controlling anodes via mosfets, three others directly controlling R,G and B cathodes).
    I should have got four of those to make a large sign/display unit.
  • Easy RGB led, great for beginners

    posted by ThinkGraphical

    - Plug & use, no need to install resistors.- Good for learning the basics of RGB leds- The price
    Used it for learning the basic. To bad I can't use it as mood ball because of the 'glitches' when fading. I've only ordered 1 LED, so I can't be 100% sure that this is always the case.
    Nice and cheap starter piece. But reading the other reviews, this piece seems to gave some hiccups.
  • Arduino compatibility

    posted by firesign

    Bright RGB LEDsSimple hookupUser can control two pairs of LEDsFor Arduino use ShiftPWM library
    I was able to make this module work with Arduino using the ShiftPWM library from Elco Jacobs at http://www.elcojacobs.com/using-shiftpwm-to-control-rgb-leds-with-arduino/ . I only had one but I assume that the library will support daisy-chained modules. You will also need a robust 5v power supply, since the Arduino digital outputs don't have the required current to drive the module.
    If you don't mind experimenting a little, I think that this module is good value for the money.
  • Very bright quality RGB LED light

    posted by Freebs

    - Nice and compact.- Nice build quality.- Very bright.- Easy to connect and to work with.- Works nicely with PWM control.
    There are no resistors mounted on the board. They are not needed of you are working with microprocessors like the Arduino. They work directly on the PWM output pins of the Arduino (3,3V). At 3,3V the LEDs are very bright, and get warm, but extremes are not exceeded.
    For testing this module with an Arduino, follow this tutorial here: http://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/ColorCrossfader


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