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* Powered via 12v, ran over an ESP8266 plugged into variboard soldered with FETS, hosted inside a white 'blokbox'.
 
* Powered via 12v, ran over an ESP8266 plugged into variboard soldered with FETS, hosted inside a white 'blokbox'.
 
* Controlled using MQTT over Wifi on a ESP8266 running Micropython and custom code ([https://github.com/Nordln/HackyLEDS View on Github])
 
* Controlled using MQTT over Wifi on a ESP8266 running Micropython and custom code ([https://github.com/Nordln/HackyLEDS View on Github])
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* Currently stowed in a clear box until refitted.
 
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Latest revision as of 15:49, 11 July 2019

HackyLEDS
Description Home-made LED Lights installed on the upper floor
People User:Nordin
Theme
Website
Status Active

Location

  • 2x installed and in use in the ceiling; one flood and one strip light.
  • 2x stored unused under the left-side desk in the social room; one flood and one strip light.

Safety Hazards

  • The LEDs should be used only in ventilated areas that allow heat to dissipate.

Notes

  • Powered via 12v, ran over an ESP8266 plugged into variboard soldered with FETS, hosted inside a white 'blokbox'.
  • Controlled using MQTT over Wifi on a ESP8266 running Micropython and custom code (View on Github)
  • Currently stowed in a clear box until refitted.