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    Default P9813 Pixels

    Last night I got a chance to finally programs a test sequence for some P9813 Pixels. I hard coded 6 pixels with solid colour changing every 1/2 second. Super. But then I remembered the Web filters at work don't allow access to Youtube to upload the movie.
    So below is a Place marker for the vid.



    Isn't it good?
    Any Code coder want details? Pm me and I will send you
    Last edited by Matt_Edwards; 04-11-2012 at 07:27 AM. Reason: Vid finally added
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    Default Re: P9813 Pixels

    Theres some good info about this http://www.evola.fr/product_info.php...-rgb-led-p-163 which is the about the spark fun version with some code etc.

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    Default Re: P9813 Pixels

    Yep that are plenty of Arduino examples.
    http://www.seeedstudio.com/wiki/inde...inable_RGB_LED was the first one I found really helpful.
    The protocol in pretty simple to implement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrpackethead View Post
    Theres some good info about this http://www.evola.fr/product_info.php...-rgb-led-p-163 which is the about the spark fun version with some code etc.
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    Default Re: P9813 Pixels

    Oddly, i find that a bit of code often helps make sense of otherwise crazy data sheets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrpackethead View Post
    Oddly, i find that a bit of code often helps make sense of otherwise crazy data sheets.
    And sometimes vice versa...
    The Sandevices E680/E681/E682 Pixel Controllers, part of the[SIZE=3] [COLOR=red]P[/COLOR][COLOR=orange]I[/COLOR][COLOR=blue]X[/COLOR][COLOR=lime]E[/COLOR][COLOR=magenta]L[/COLOR] [COLOR=red]P[/COLOR][COLOR=lime]R[/COLOR][COLOR=blue]O[/COLOR][COLOR=red]J[/COLOR][COLOR=magenta]E[/COLOR][COLOR=cyan]C[/COLOR][COLOR=red]T[/COLOR]
    [URL="http://www.sandevices.com"]www.sandevices.com[/URL][/SIZE] <-email jim at

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