Ar tnet dmx controller is the et hernet c ontrol s ystem based on the ArtNet protocol.
It ’ s used to convert the a rtnet network date package into dmx 512 date, adopting high-speed ARM processor, stable and reliable working.
Following Art-net standard protocol, it support s rj4 5 network interface and standard DMX512 output interface.
Artnet-DMX-1 can be configured in one or two ways: artnet convert into dmx 512, or dmx 512 convert into Artnet.
Artnet-DMX-2 has two standard DMX512 date output port, output 1024 data in total.
LED strips are pretty great. They are very cheap; you can buy them through Amazon in 16 ft spools. You can stick them anywhere you want, and they are good for ambient lighting or for adding some excitement to a room. Using the physical remote that most come with may be acceptable, but making them WiFi connected seems much more fun.
The end result will be a fully WiFi controllable LED strip that you can set to any color.
Below is a schematic for the internals of the strip if you are curious.
Most strips already come with a controller that has a remote. However, to make them WiFi connected we are going to make a new controller. To control these strips we need a microcontroller, some transistors or MOSFETs, and WiFi capabilities. We could use an Arduino board for this but those can get expensive, especially after you add in the cost of an ethernet or WiFi shield. We can do better and use a relatively new microcontroller: the ESP8266.
This board is insane. It’s extremely cheap, like $5 cheap, and has full WiFi capabilities with easy to use libraries available for things like a HTTP server and sending and parsing UDP packets. And using some open-source software, we can program it just like an Arduino, with the Arduino IDE and everything! It also already has a bunch of digital input/output pins with 3.3V logic and it supports PWM (pulse width modulation) – more on this later – so we won’t need anything else to control the LED strip.
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