Electro-Fashion Sewable ZIP LED, pack of 10

$22.00
SKU KI-2762

We have 11 units in our Sydney Warehouse available for immediate dispatch.

We can get a further 100 units in Australia from Kitronik. If you order today, we can dispatch this stock between Jun 28, 2019 - Jun 30, 2019.

Add an individually addressable full colour LED to your E-Textiles projects with the Kitronik Sewable ZIP LED. This new addition to our Electro Fashion range incorporates a full colour addressable ZIP LED, which can be controlled by a suitable processor such as the micro:bit.

The four connection pads have been designed so that they can either be sewn with conductive thread or used with crocodile clips.

The boards four connection pads are; +V, GND, Data in, and Data out. If using a single Sewable ZIP LED the Data in pad should be connected to the processor drive signal pin. When connecting several together in a chain the Data out of one Sewable ZIP LED should be connected to the Data in of the next board.

Note: If using with a BBC micro:bit:

  • We recommend that no more than four Sewable ZIP LEDs should be powered directly by the microbit. If more are required, a separate power supply should be used. 
  • If you use a separate power supply of more than 3.3V then a level shift for the data signal will be needed.

Features:

  • A full colour addressable sewable ZIP LED.
  • It can be used with conductive thread or crocodile clips.
  • The can be controlled by a suitable processor such as micro:bit, Arduino, and Raspberry Pi.
  • It features four connection pads; +V, GND, Data in, and Data out.
  • The Kitronik ZIP LEDs are compatible with with any WS2812B driver code and can be coded with the Microsoft MakeCode Editor and MicroPython.
  • These sewable ZIP LEDs are also available individually.

Contains:

  • 1 x Full Colour Addressable And Sewable ZIP LED Electro Fashion Board 10 Pack.

Dimensions:

Dimensions for a single board.

  • Length: 13mm.
  • Width: 14.8mm.
  • Max Height: 2.8mm.
  • PCB Thickness: 0.9mm.

Requires:

  • BBC micro:bit.
  • Conductive Thread.
  • Crocodile Clips.

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