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WS2811 SPI LEDs on AVR with internal RC


Author: Milan Kratochvil

Last Updated: 2017-09-01

Category: Light control

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Example (compiled functional demo) how is possible to run WS2811, WS2812B SPI LEDs on Atmega8 with internal 8MHz RC oscillator. Simply connect 5V power, MOSI Wire to DATA IN on SPI Led string and enyoy!

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