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Thank you !!This was a great project - and if you follow the instructions you will be successful.NOTE: You do need the arduino in order to get the lights to work. I thought they would turn on with out it, but they only blink once to show they received power.
Also note that your 2-way mirror can get scratched very easily!My CNC cutter scratched mine up before I even got it :(
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Just got it all rocking'n'rolling :)Key info (form Amazon comments) ..."the white wire within the female plug is your DIN. The blue wire within the same connector is unused. The lose red wire, stripped is 5V, the lose blue wire, stripped is ground"Also - for newbies like me .. note that the lights only blink once quickly when power is connected to them. You NEED the Arduino board hooked up to actually get the lights to turn on :)Thanks!Key
See my comment above -- and just attatch like the photo in the instructions .."the white wire within the female plug is your DIN. The blue wire within the same connector is unused. The lose red wire, stripped is 5V, the lose blue wire, stripped is ground"
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Hi :)The link to the addressable LED's is broken.Would you be so kind as to fix it?This is going to be my first instructable i ACTUALLY make :)Thank you!
Ahh - thank you. I see these are "Spiral" LED vs. Square or Round? Is that a design decision? Just wondering as these are not "Prime" and I would have to be .... Patient !?!? :) Than you!
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