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Individual LED controller

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jimcanswim

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Hi, not sure if this is the place for this, I am new here.

I am trying to control about 50 Led's individually. I want to find a controller that I can assign unique flashing sequences to each led. Is anyone able to advise what I need?

Thanks

Andrew
 

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You need to give us more parameters, like sequences set up remotely via a network/set up at LED and switched on/off. All LEDs in one place? Speed of flash?, number of discrete steps in length of flash. Thats a few I can think of, there are more I'll bet.
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I would suggest you a computer connected to a bunch of DMX controllers. That way you can even dim every diode the way you want and duration you need.
There are some free programs thet will let you to accomplish that task.

Recently I made a kind of panel consisting of 2048 white LEDs, but it came at hefty price. 512 microcontrollers, 128 transceivers, An sACN->4xDMX interface.
 

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