View Poll Results: What kind of LED panel driver do you prefer

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  • PI zero matrix adapter with one output

    3 30.00%
  • Ethernet based matrix adapter

    2 20.00%
  • USB based matrix adapter

    0 0%
  • All of the above

    5 50.00%
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Thread: LED matrix panel drivers

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    Old Man Winter member ronp5683's Avatar
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    LED matrix panel drivers

    I bought is really small P2.5 matrix (6.3"x3.15") to on my desk at work. There are many versions of hardware to drive matrix's, but none are really small and easy to put behind a small panel. So I am polling everyone to see if there is any interest in a small driver for a couple of LED panels. Also, if I don't use the PI I will put enough memory on the board to support a couple minutes of sequencing.

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    Check out my Pi “backpack” board I showed pictures of in this thread:

    https://falconchristmas.com/forum/in....html#msg96905

    I need to get together the cost so I can run a group buy on those since there are several people interested in the small board.

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    Thanks for the feedback.

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    A PocketScroller isn't very big, completely self contained (can play local sequences), and supports a bunch of panel types/sizes.
    Daniel Kulp
    Framingham, MA

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkulp View Post
    A PocketScroller isn't very big, completely self contained (can play local sequences), and supports a bunch of panel types/sizes.
    Very nice, you should provide a link.

    https://www.tindie.com/products/dkul...-pocketbeagle/

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    Slowly moving to my new store: https://kulplights.com/product/pocketscroller/
    Daniel Kulp
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