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Pixel Led Wifi Controller Tpm2.net

We develop a Esp8266 Wifi controller for more than 1500 pixel Led. Using the tpm2.net protocol it can be used with any dj software like JinX

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We used only a Esp8266 and we could manage 1460 neo pixel leds (WS2182b) with tpm2.net.
Data input from led Ws2182b is conected to the D1 pin of thw Esp8266 NodeMcu AMICA.
We used: ESP8266WiFi.h, WiFiUdp.h and Adafruit_NeoPixel.h libraries.
The main body of the code is:
if (blocktype == 0xDA)
{
int packetindex;

if (cb >= framelength + 7 && packetBuffer[6 + framelength] == 0x36)
{
int i = 0;
packetindex = 6;
if(packagenum == 1)
{
led_index =0;
}
while(packetindex < (framelength + 6))
{
led.r=((int)packetBuffer[packetindex]);
led.g=((int)packetBuffer[packetindex+1]);
led.b=((int)packetBuffer[packetindex+2]);
pixels.setPixe

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jinx-2.4.zip

Programa para hacer efectos y pasarlos via Tpm2.net

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  • 1 × Esp8266 WiFi Amica Nodemcu
  • 1000 × Led ws2812b
  • 1 × Power supply 12 v 20amp

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matzeb74 wrote 12/14/2017 at 23:20 point

Hello, i just tried this out and must say it´s great. I´ve build a Matrix with 150 ws2813. I´ve two problems.

First Problem ist that my first 2 LED always flicker in another Color every two seconds. They Flicker always in red. Looks similar to a Statuslight. I don´t know why.

Second Problem is that my Matrix has not the right Colors at all and after running a few minutes the whole Matrix is going crazy. If i use Jinx in wired Mode, then the Matrix runs stable for hours. Maybe u know how to solve the Problems.

Greetz

Beliar

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Santira243 wrote 10/29/2017 at 02:25 point

Thanks Emilio!! When you said: " Talking about Jinx i could also understand that you should assgin 3 bits for each led (R G B)" its important to mention that if you have 30 leds, then in jinx you have to assign 90 channel. 

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Emilio wrote 10/26/2017 at 11:53 point

Thanks for ypur  predisposition and collaboration to help me connect and configuate the nodemcu and led´s strip 

 

it was not so complex but for begginers as me it could be a little bit dificult

I did configurate the wifi led and assignesd  an ip modifying th code line 

IPAddress ip(192,168,8,120);
IPAddress gateway(192,168,8,1);



 and taking out the comment of the line where the variables are defined 

WiFi.config(ip,gateway,subnet);



 Talking about Jinx i could also understand that you should assgin 3 bits for each led (R G B)

I´ll be making more tests with more  quantity of leds strip

It was a pleacere to be in touch with you  and to  get into arduino´s programmation world

cheers

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