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Recent content by eurbani

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    Pixels (Probably not WS2811) -- Challenge for Pixel Detectives

    I am being told that they at LPD1886. That seems to match up with the label on the chip. Question is.. "WTF is LPD1886?" :)
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    Pixels (Probably not WS2811) -- Challenge for Pixel Detectives

    Thanks David. I'm pretty sure it isn't a WS2811. I have some experience with those and this one doesn't function like a WS2811. I found this http://www.doityourselfchristmas.com/wiki/index.php?title=Pixel_Wiring_Colors and it seems that WS2811, TM1804 and TM1809 are the only ones that use...
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    Pixels (Probably not WS2811) -- Challenge for Pixel Detectives

    Great idea! Here is a photo. I can clearly make out LPD I can't make out the numbers. Is there anything besides an LPD 6803? Has anyone here ever connected a 6803 string to a WS2811 controller? What happened? Do LPD 6803 strings have 3 wires?
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    Pixels (Probably not WS2811) -- Challenge for Pixel Detectives

    Hello, I recently acquired some pixels that were portrayed as WS2811 pixels. I already have WS2811 pixels and controllers for them. This is what I know. Can anyone tell me what kind of pixels these might be. Physical - 12mm pixels, Each pixel has a control board and a chip, wires are...
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    Hello from Washington, DC

    PS: I've been to Australia. I rented a car and drove from Sydney all the way to Agnes Water.
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    Hello from Washington, DC

    Hello, My name is Ed. I live in Sterling, VA (just outside of Washington, DC). I will be 49 years old this Christmas. I have been a Christmas light fanatic from about when I was 13 years old. I would save up my paper route money and decorate my parent's home. Even when I was in the Army...
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