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Driving Flexible Neopixel (WS2811) Strip with PICAXE08M2+ (PIC12F1840)

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Author: Shawon Shahryiar

Last Updated: 2019-04-22

Category: Light control

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PICAXE is basically PIC micro with different branding. Here I used a PICAXE micro to drive a flexible Neopixel strip using hardware SPI. SPI is used along with the PIC's 32MHz internal oscillator as Neoppixels employ time-slotting trick to transfer data at a very fast rate with small timings. The code is written with CCS PIC C compiler.

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