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    Default Re: Pixel String Pihat Basic for Raspberry Pi pixel control

    Good question. Haven't tested it fully but I use one on my pi that I use for my show and it kept it over night and til the next evening once when I realized my pi was powered off.

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    Default Re: Pixel String Pihat Basic for Raspberry Pi pixel control

    Also since I put the header there for the RTC you can hook up an oled screen and use that new functionality in FPP if wanted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy0203 View Post
    Pixel string Pihat zero is now available on my site for $12

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    You can email me at getjboards@gmail.com if you wish

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    Default Re: Pixel String Pihat Basic for Raspberry Pi pixel control

    Jeremy,

    Is there documentation for which pins you must connect for the pixel string pihat. My project involves a sparse matrix of leds (30mx50m), each row controlled by a zerow and your pihat. Additionally, I wanted to mount a Seeed 4 mic array (http://wiki.seeedstudio.com/ReSpeake...dware-overview) on each zero and use them to triangulate the noise in the space and indicate that location via the leds. Of course both hat have the female header already soldered. I think they Seeed uses GPIO12 and 13. It's possible I need to separate the noise detection from the LED control but I'd like to cut down on hardware. I'm prepared for a bit of hardware and/or software modifications. Any thoughts?

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