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== Most Common (WS28xx) ==
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* WS stands for World Semi (correct me if I'm wrong)
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* Variants are:
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** '''WS2801''' - Older protocol?  4 pin version (unlike other WS) that requires a data and clock input
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** '''WS2811''' - Generally refers to the chip that is not integrated with the actual LEDs aka it's usually an 8-Pin SOIC (Small Outline Integrated Circuit) that takes Data withOUT a clock signal and controls 3 LEDs (Typically Red Green and Blue) and outputs the data signal minus those 3 values.
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** '''WS2812''' - The original (?) integrated LED and driver chip package aka it's a 5050 sized SMD (5mm by 5mm) square that has not only a miniaturized WS2811, but also connected Red, Green and Blue LEDs fit into said 5050 package.  Takes in ~5VDC and data, outputs data minus first 3 values to the next chip.
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** '''WS2812b''' - Newer updated version of WS2812
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** '''WS2813''' - Newer updated version of WS2812b with backup data line capabilities allowing pass-through data should one chip die (two in a row dying is still a problem)
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**
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== Who makes APA style LEDs? ==
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* APA102
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* APA102c - is there a difference? will research
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* APA104 - need more research
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== Raw Messy Rough List of Chip Types that I've seen mentioned in places ==
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WS2801
 
WS2801
 
LPD1106
 
LPD1106

Revision as of 20:24, 19 July 2017

Most Common (WS28xx)

  • WS stands for World Semi (correct me if I'm wrong)
  • Variants are:
    • WS2801 - Older protocol? 4 pin version (unlike other WS) that requires a data and clock input
    • WS2811 - Generally refers to the chip that is not integrated with the actual LEDs aka it's usually an 8-Pin SOIC (Small Outline Integrated Circuit) that takes Data withOUT a clock signal and controls 3 LEDs (Typically Red Green and Blue) and outputs the data signal minus those 3 values.
    • WS2812 - The original (?) integrated LED and driver chip package aka it's a 5050 sized SMD (5mm by 5mm) square that has not only a miniaturized WS2811, but also connected Red, Green and Blue LEDs fit into said 5050 package. Takes in ~5VDC and data, outputs data minus first 3 values to the next chip.
    • WS2812b - Newer updated version of WS2812
    • WS2813 - Newer updated version of WS2812b with backup data line capabilities allowing pass-through data should one chip die (two in a row dying is still a problem)

Who makes APA style LEDs?

  • APA102
  • APA102c - is there a difference? will research
  • APA104 - need more research

Raw Messy Rough List of Chip Types that I've seen mentioned in places

WS2801 LPD1106

WS2803


APA104

LPD8803


LPD6813


LPD6803 LPD1101 D705 D715

P9813


LPD8806

LPD1882 LPD1889

LPD6812

LPD1883

LPD1886

DMX512 UCS512 WS2821 TM512 HDMX

APA102

MY9221

DZ2809

SM16716 SM16726

SM16711

UCS6909 UCS6912


TM1812 P9883 TM1804 TM1809 UCS1903 UCS1909 UCS1912 WS2811 WS2812 SM16703 SM16709 SM16712 INK1003 LX1003


TM1803 0.4MHz

TM1926 TM1913

TM1829 TA9912 TM1906

TM190

TM1916

TM1914

TM1814

TM1814_38mA

BS0901

BS0902

BS0825

BS0815 LY6620

BS0825

LD15xx LD1510 LD1512 LD1530 LD1532

TLS3001 LX2003 LX2006

TLS3002

DM412

DM413

DM114 DM115 DM13C DM134 DM135 DM136

MBI6024 MBI6023

MBI6021

UCS8904

GW6205

HBS1920 HBS1923

HBS1916

MBI5001 MBI5168 MBI5016 MBI5026 MBI5027

74HC595 6B595 TB62726 TB62706 ST2221A ST2221C XLT5026 ZQL9712 ZQL9712HV HEF4094 A8012

RGB Paralell?

etc...