The NeoRGB is a no-soldering, plug-and-play STEMMA board with a 2mm JST PH connector on one end, and a 5-pin 0.1″ screw terminal block on the other. It can convert standard 800KHz NeoPixel signal using a WS2811F chip to AO3406 N-channel FETs that are high efficiency and can sink a chunk of current – 3 Amps a piece with 50milliOhm Ron!The Adafruit NeoRGB Stemma guide has everything you need to get started with using this breakout. There’s pages for overview, pinouts, CircuitPython, Arduino and resources for download.Check out the full guide: Adafruit NeoRGB Stemma // Read more: original article.

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