RGB LED Strip Controller
Thanks to Drew for sharing! Via Thomas Gonnot on CircuitMaker
A simple controller for a RGB LED strip, with independent control of color and intensity.
The design is based on a simple STM32F0 microcontroller. It can handle NeoPixel and DotStar protocols, and the power supply can vary from 5V to 15V.
Firmware available at https://github.com/fearedspark/RGB_LED_Strip_Controller
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