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Addressable SPI LED Strip RGB 60/m LED -1m (IP67)

by OEM
Move over Addressable LED, there's a new LED strip. These new Addressable SPI LED strips are a great upgrade for people who have loved and used Addressable...
Company: OEM
Made in: China
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Move over Addressable LED, there's a new LED strip. These new Addressable SPI LED strips are a great upgrade for people who have loved and used Addressable LED strips for a few years but want something even better. Addressable SPI LEDs use generic 2-wire SPI, so you can push data much faster than with the Addressable LED 800 KHz protocol and there's no specific timing required. They also have much higher PWM refresh rates, so  you can do Persistence-of-Vision (POV) and have less flickering, particularly at low brightness levels.

Like Addressable LED, SPI LEDs are 5050-sized LEDs with an embedded microcontroller inside the LED. You can set the color/brightness of each LED to 24-bit color (8 bits each red green and blue). Each LED acts like a shift register, reading incoming color data on the input pins, and then shifting the previous color data out on the output pin. By sending a long string of data, you can control an infinite number of LEDs, just tack on more or cut off unwanted LEDs at the end. The PWM is built into each LED-chip so once you set the color you can stop talking to the strip and it will continue to PWM all the LEDs for you.

However, unlike Addressable LED, these LEDs have 2 wires (input and output) for sending data - one clock pin and one data pin. That means you need two pins, not one, to control Addressable SPI LEDsBecause the clock and data is seperated, you can use any processor speed or type to control these strips, and you don't have to worry about being careful with the timing. Hardware SPI support is handy but not required. This makes them excellent for use with any microcontroller or microprocessor, including Arduino, Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, Propeller, SparkCore, and any 'raw' microcontrollers/microprocessors. It's very easy to port the library, and you can send data to the pixels at up to 32MHz clock rate!

Another nice thing about Addressable SPI LED is their high PWM rate. You only have to set the 24-bit color data for each pixel LED once, and then the LED+built-in-chip will handle the PWMing of the red, green and blue. On Addressable LED, this PWM rate happens 400 Hz, which works well but is noticably at lower brightnesses and if the strip is moving in any way. Addressable SPI LED have a 20 KHz PWM rate, so even when moving the strip around, you won't see the pixelation, the color blending is very smooth.


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  • It does not work like a classic led strip, it requires microcontroller.
  • Sold per meter.


  • Wide: 13mm with sealing
  • Thick: 3mm with sealing
  • Long per segment: 11.5mm (0.45")
  • 60 LEDs per meter
  • Non Removable IP67 weatherproof 
  • Maximum 5V @ 60mA draw per 0.65" strip segment (all LEDs on full brightness)
  • 5VDC power requirement (do not exceed 6VDC) - no polarity protection
  • 1 integrated RGB LEDs per segment, individually controllable
  • LED wavelengths: 600nm/500nm/150nm
  • Connector: 4-pin JST SM
  • We currently ship this product with the WS2812B 4-pin chip LED installed.