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  • AntonM35 made the instructable ESP8266 Artnet to DMX3 months ago
    ESP8266 Artnet to DMX

    Hello, and so after a month, I installed everything in a case of aluminum and laid out a printed circuit board. I attach the files, all of a sudden, who wants to repeat. Thank you again for your work. I sent you some money for beer. It's good that I waited for the second version. It has a lot of new and interesting. It's a pity the LEDs do not show the indication of the input data on ports A and B, as it was in the first version, this is not enough. Work with ws2812 tried on several programs, I noticed that sometimes it can slow down the output of data. It would be interesting to look at the source code, which changed in comparison with the first part. Well, except for those nodes where the support WS2812, RDM, and DMX input is enabled naturally. I also create DMX devices, but I do 8-bi...see more »Hello, and so after a month, I installed everything in a case of aluminum and laid out a printed circuit board. I attach the files, all of a sudden, who wants to repeat. Thank you again for your work. I sent you some money for beer. It's good that I waited for the second version. It has a lot of new and interesting. It's a pity the LEDs do not show the indication of the input data on ports A and B, as it was in the first version, this is not enough. Work with ws2812 tried on several programs, I noticed that sometimes it can slow down the output of data. It would be interesting to look at the source code, which changed in comparison with the first part. Well, except for those nodes where the support WS2812, RDM, and DMX input is enabled naturally. I also create DMX devices, but I do 8-bit AVR.

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  • AntonM35 commented on mtongnz's instructable ESP8266 Artnet to DMX4 months ago
    ESP8266 Artnet to DMX

    Hello, Thank you for a wonderful project and what you do. This device makes it easy. Made is on the breadboard, but the body is placed in a short time. Unfortunately no enticing RDM devices. But I'm interested in the work of the test LED string. And assistance in dealing with LED display. We do not think to use Atmega 8, as a link with ESP8266 and the LED display on the controller SSD1306, encoder, and LEDs indicating the status of the outputs. Also, it would be possible to apply two-color LEDs for indicating the output (transmit / receive). And also control the direction of flow on the MAX485. And use one of the GPIO ESP8266 signal CLIK, and then expand the ability to connect the LEDs to the WS2801. Sorry for my English, I use Google translator.

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