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That was my first trial, but doesn't work. But today i changed the wiring back to the wiring from hyperion wiki, with a 100R resistor, but the led's get no data and lit random. I measured the voltage between GPIO 18 an GND and compare it to a datasheet for ws2812b led's and my voltage is too low. Expected: blue 3.0-3.4, green 3.0-3.4 and red 2.0-2.2Measured: blue 0.224, green 0.231 and red 0.224Highest output voltage (white) is 0.28v.Is it possible that my Raspberry has a defect?
Hey,got some problems with my logic level converter. All wiring is correct and software is installed, but when i try to start it, the led's not lit. I checked all voltages. LV is 3.3v and HV is 5v, but the LV-Signal on TXI is 2.7v and the HV-Signal on TXO is 9v. That doesn't sound normal for a 3.3v to 5v converter, but its the first time i work something like this, so i don't know whats a normal output signal...Hardware:http://www.amazon.de/Channel-Converter-Bi-Directio...R-Pi 3LED's: WS2812b with My wiring is 3 parallel rows of LED's in series (current was to high for one parallel circuit).
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