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April 21, 2012

RGB Stair Lighting using an Arduino Uno and TI TLC5940m PWM Chips

at 10:44 am. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


If you like stair lighting as much as I do you will want to have a look at this. Geert built hisĀ RGB Stair Lighting using an Arduino Uno and TI TLC5940m PWM Chips. He uses 3 of theĀ TI TLC5940m chips to allow to control 3 channels of light on each of his 12 stair steps. Geert now has some cool lights on his stairs and his next step is to add a detection method to activate them automatically. If you don’t have the time to build your own but still want the stair bling, have a look at this stair lighting controller or this stair lighting kit.

Via: HackaDay and Stair Lighting




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