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    Default Re: Espixel by Bill Porter

    Replying to my own thread. I believe this is not safe and will result in damage to module if a voltage divider or level shifter is not used.

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    Default Re: Espixel by Bill Porter

    A best solution is to power the ESP module independently of the programmer and just use the programmer for the 'data' connection.

    Stay tuned, I have developed a board to do this and just need to solder it up and test it.
    Quote Originally Posted by sjernigan View Post
    Replying to my own thread. I believe this is not safe and will result in damage to module if a voltage divider or level shifter is not used.

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    Default Re: Espixel by Bill Porter

    Anyone ever seen this? I have no idea why this is happening.

    pixelstick.jpg

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    Default Re: Espixel by Bill Porter

    Quote Originally Posted by apexlights View Post
    Anyone ever seen this? I have no idea why this is happening.
    That's usually caused because not all the web page data was received by the broswer (probably style sheet info). Anyway, the only time I've seen that is if the PixelStick is busy processing E1.31 data at the same time that you are browsing the setup pages. I suspect it's a limitation of processing all the traffic. Try turning off your E1.31 data source and try accessing the device again.

    Keith
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    2016 - Added 1900 pixels (12V, WS2811) using 9 ESPixelSticks for 2 8' 180 degree trees, 2 star toppers, 2 column pixel matrices, and 3 chromabulbs
    2015 - added 900 pixels (12V, WS2811) using 2 E6804 controllers (6 arches, 6 minitrees)
    2014 - 87 channels of AC lights ran by my Arduino Light Controller
    2013 - 32 channels of AC lights ran by a simple Arduino based controller
    http://www.woodardlabs.com

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