Kitronik ZIP Arc - 15 ZIP LEDs




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Kitronik ZIP Arc - 15 ZIP LEDs
With the Kitronik ZIP Arc for the BBC micro:bit, you can control each individual LED and produce a full spectrum of colours independent to all of the other LEDs.
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Kitronik ZIP Arc - 15 ZIP LEDs

Each of our new Large ZIP Arcs has 15 individually addressable RGB LEDs. Each LED can be controlled independently and all LEDs are connected using the same three wire bus. You can connect four Large ZIP Arcs together to form a circle that would then contain 60 individually addressable RGB LEDs.

Each LED can produce a full spectrum of colours independent to all of the other LEDs on the bus. Each ZIP LED has a Red, Green and Blue element within the LED, and each of these can achieve 256 levels of brightness. This results in 16,777,216 possible output colours. Multiple ZIP LEDs can be connected to produce longer strings/strips.

The LEDs used are based on the WS2812B part which is compatible with any WS2812B driver code. They can also be coded in the MakeCode Block/Javascript editor.

Features

  • Simple 3 wire connection for all LEDs.
  • Compatible with any WS2812B driver code.
  • They can be coded with the Microsoft PXT Editor for the BBC microbit.
  • Integrated reset circuit.
  • You can connect four Kitronik ZIP Arc - 15 ZIP LEDs together to form a circle.

Includes

  • 1 x Kitronik Large ZIP Arc.

Specifications

  • Dimensions: 102.8 x 10.2 x 3mm (LxWxH)
  • PCB Height: 1.5mm
  • Inner Radius: 62.5mm
  • Outer Radius: 72.7mm
  • 6.86mm pitch between LEDs
  • Wiring pads 2.54mm pitch
  • Voltage Range (V): 3.5V - 5V
  • Current Max at Nominal Voltage (mA): 50mA per LED with Red, Green and Blue at full brightness.
  • LED wavelength: 630nm/530nm/475nm
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