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WLED Controller (WLAN/Wi-Fi) V0.10
WLED Controller (Wi-Fi) for driving thousands of addressable LED/Neopixel using the marvelous open-source WLED software. 5V/12V/24V compatible, for use with WS281x, SK6812, APA102, WS2801, SK9822, etc.
Update 2024-06-19: Back on track. Orders will be fullfilled as usual.WLED Pixel Controller (Wi-Fi) to control addressable LED/Neopixels with the marvelous WLED. Since the Controller is open-source hardware (CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0), it can also be used with any other firmware. What WLED can do can be seen on the WLED Youtube channel.cod.m supports the development of WLED with monthly donations via Github-Sponsors.Features Ready for operation due to already installed WLED Suitable for 5V, 12V and 24V installations without additional voltage converter or configurationUp to four lines of 1000 LEDs each ESP32 (4MB) based, real 74AHCT125D level shifter Additional connections on the back of the board Detailed manual and wiring diagram Compact design in small housing (72 x 30 x 16mm) Connection via 4-pole screw terminal block Reverse polarity protectionSelf-programmable if required, flash/reset button available on board Open-source hardware (CC-BY-NC-SA 4.0) Made in Germany CE, RoHS, WEEEAll instructions, connection diagrams, version differences and background information can be found in our new cod.m Knowledge Base: WLED Controller.The complete history and technical basics can be read in the blog: https://allgeek.de/2021/03/25/wled-wlan-pixel-controller/ (German)WS2812/SK6812: WS2811, WS2812(B), Neopixel, WS2813, SK6812 and compatible. For pixel types with only one data line.WS2815: 12V strip that, unlike WS2812 12V, can drive each LED individually.WS2814: Controlled as SK6812 RGBW and changed colour order as well as white channel and green swapped, see picture on the right. Attention: Only works with WLED version 0.14.0-b1 or higher. Please install this via "Manual OTA" according to the controller version. See overview of versions.WS2801: WS2801 and compatible. For most pixelstrips with data and clock line.APA102: APA102, SK9822 and compatible. Pixel type with data and clock line but different from WS2801.Regarding pixel type support, it is worth taking a look at the WLED documentation under official WLED documentation.Anyone who wants to support the further development of the aboslut grandiose WLED is invited to donate on GitHub. cod.m itself contributes financially to the development of WLED through a GitHub sponsorship. So every controller you buy already contributes to it.Important: We strongly recommend reading the Adafruit Neopixel Uberguide. There, many basics for the use of addressable pixel strips are explained. For the 1000µF capacitor and fuse recommended for each supply, we offer our Fused Pixel Power Capacitor Board. The resistor used in the Uberguide and the necessary level shifters for the data line are already integrated on our controller.The distance between the pixel controller and the pixel strip can be up to two metres due to the built-in 74AHCT125D level shifter. For longer distances to the Strip, we recommend our Pixel Range Extender.Version differencesSee cod.m Knowledge Base: WLED Controller - Versions.Additional Linkscod.m Knowledge Base: WLED ControllerWLED documentationWLED Controller (Wi-Fi) on GitHub Downloadsgeneralexample .loxone-fileV0.10Quick Start Guide/Data Sheet WLED Controller V0.10Wiring Sheme WLED Controller V0.10 WS281x/SK6812 5V/12V/24VWiring Sheme WLED Controller V0.10 WS2801 5V/12V/24VWiring Sheme WLED Controller V0.10 WS2815 12VInstructions and wiring diagrams for older versions can be found in the cod.m Knowledge Base: WLED Controller - Instructions and wiring diagrams.
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WLED Fused Power Capacitor Board V0.4
Capacitor board with integrated fuse to protect WLED or digital LED strip installations. With integrated LED to indicate a defective fuse. For 5V, 12V and 24V installations.New Version V0.4: Now works with 24V installations as well.The module is designed to reduce disturbances on the power supply side as well as the voltage drops on addressable digital LED strips that occur with abrupt changes in brightness.In addition, it allows the supply to be fused with a maximum of 10A. Smaller fuses can also be used (2A, 3A, 4A, 5A, 7.5A).If the fuse is defective or pulled out, the integrated LED lights up. Due to the integrated capacitor and depending on the voltage, the LED may light up for up to 10 seconds after the fuse has tripped.Features Integrated LED to indicate a defective fuse Fuse max. 10A, fuse holder for fuses of type ATO, mini or micro flat fuse 1000µF/35V capacitor to prevent voltage drops 35µm copper layer on both sides of the board for max. 10A load capacity Suitable for 5V, 12V and 24V strips WEEE-registered, Made in Germany, Open-Source (CC-BY-SA) Contents Fused Pixel Power Capacitor Board V0.4 10A ATO/Blade fuse (red)DownloadsQuick Start Guide/Data Sheet WLED Fused Power Capacitor Board V0.4
€8.90*
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ZigBee CC2652P2 Raspberry Pi Module
CC2652P ZigBee Raspberry Pi plug-on module for direct connection to the GPIO header of the RaspberryPi (UART).For use with zigbee2mqtt, homegear, home assistant (zha) and io.broker.Please order the needed antenna and u.FL adapter separately!For optimal support of ZigBee 3.x we have developed an improved Raspberry Pi plug-on module based on the CC2652P. Just like its CC2538 predecessor, it can manage up to 200 ZigBee 3.0 devices. The CC2652P also brings a "power amplifier" for improved reception (+20dBm).The power supply for the CC2652 Raspberry Pi module is provided by its own LDO voltage regulator, so that the 3.3 volt voltage converter of the Raspberry Pi is no longer burdened.The module comes with Koenkk's Z-Stack firmware 3.x in the current version. Flashing without an additional JTAG debugger is possible directly on the Raspberry Pi using CC2538-prog. The serial bootloader is activated in the firmware.Instructions for flashing can be found at https://github.com/codm/cc2652-raspberry-pi-module#serial-via-gpio.Please use the firmware file "CC1352P2_CC2652P_launchpad_*.zip". Contents ZigBee CC2652P2 Raspberry Pi Module ManualRelated links: Downloads:
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Average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars

ZigBee Coordinator CC2652P7 (CZC-1.0)
PoE/non-PoE: PoE
cod.m ZigBee Coordinator (CZC) for connecting ZigBee devices over network (LAN/Wi-Fi) with Power over Ethernet (optional) or USB-C. For use with zigbee2mqtt (z2m), Home Assistant (zha) and ioBroker.

Update: 15.5.2024: We are ready 🎉 The cod.m ZigBee Coordinator is finally available. Thank you so much for your patience ❤️You can also find more information here https://www.facebook.com/groups/440499112958264/posts/2156097634731728/Features CC2652P7 Texas Instruments multiprotocol 2.4GHz radio module ZigBee 3.x, Z-Stack firmware (Koenkk) Compatible with zigbee2mqtt (z2m), Home Assistant (zha), ioBroker, etc. LAN, WLAN or USB mode PoE (802.3af) or USB-C power, <1W power consumption ESP32 open source firmware (cod.m ZigStar UZG Fork) ZigBee firmware update via network and in future via web interface ESP32 firmware update via web interface or USB-C (Auto-BSL) 3D-printed housing (CC-BY-NC-SA) External antenna Made in Germany CE, RoHS, WEEEIncludes cod.m ZigBee Coordinator V1.0 in 3D-printed case9cm 2.4GHz antenna (SMA) Rubber feet (self-adhesive) Related links: cod.m Knowledge Base: ZigBee Coordinator3D print STL files for the CaseOpen-Source PCB files and schematics (CC-BY-NC-SA)CZC-Firmware on GitHubDownloads:Declaration of Conformity cod.m ZigBee Coordinator (CZC-1.0)cod.m ZigBee Coordinator V1.0 Quick Start Guide
€69.80*

Average rating of 5 out of 5 stars

WLED Range Extender V0.4
The cod.m Pixel Range Extender is designed to increase the usually short distance between pixel controller and digital stripe. The 800kHz signal of typical pixel types with only one control line, e.g. WS2811, WS2812, WS2815, SK6812, etc., is converted to a differential signal to increase the range. To do this, the signal from any pixel controller is fed into the IN module (art. no. 90065), where it is converted and can be forwarded up to 500m via a two-wire pair (twisted pair). The OUT module (art. no. 90066) is then connected to the digital stripe and the differential signal from the IN module is fed in.Great attention was paid to the choice of components in order to achieve the lowest possible power consumption. Due to the MAX3088 transceiver used, the current consumption of each module is just 0.6mA - i.e. 0.006W in a pair.In case of adverse line conditions, 120Ω terminating resistors can be connected to the modules by means of solder jumpers. However, this increases the current consumption.For further information, please refer to the data sheet and the wiring diagram.Features Up to 500m cable length Minimum power consumption of 0.006W per pair +/- 15kV ESD protection integrated terminating resistors, switchable by solder jumpers Made in Germany WEEE registered Contents cod.m Pixel Range Extender IN, Art. no. 90065 cod.m Pixel Range Extender OUT, Art. no. 90066 Operating instructions
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CC1101 Raspberry Pi SPI Modul V0.4
Adapter board including CC1101 soldered with u.FL/IPX antenna socket for direct connection to the GPIO bar (SPI) of (e.g.) the Raspberry Pi.The board is a simple way to operate the well-known CC1101 radio chip directly on the GPIO strip of the Raspberry Pi. It is simply plugged in from pin 17 and can then be addressed via the SPI bus.This makes it possible, for example, to connect Homematic or Max! components via Homegear. The open-source board (CC-BY-SA) was created in collaboration with the Homegear forum to eliminate the usual cable and connection clutter.Contents CC1101 SPI adapter, incl. CC1101 module (soldered on). Instruction manual Please order antenna and u.FL antenna adapter accordingly. See accessories.
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Ethernet DMX Bridge V0.6
The further development of DMX Bridge V0.4 - now with full 512 DMX channels.News: As we are also struggling with the general shortage of components, we were unfortunately only able to produce a small batch. The ATMega 644p used as TQFP is currently not available at all. For this reason, please forgive the slight price adjustment.We still had a few ATMega 644p and from the remaining stocks of a friendly electronics company we were able to get hold of ATMega 1284p. These are equivalent to the 644p in terms of function and interfaces, but have more memory that is not needed for the application.Only when you flash the bridge yourself do you have to compile the code for the other microcontroller. The microcontroller used can be identified on the sticker and is also supported by MightyCore.The Ethernet DMX Bridge is used to receive UDP packets from any network source and convert them into DMX signals according to the protocol. The advantage over Artnet DMX is that no special programme (player) is needed to generate the Artnet signals. The protocol is simple, so that the Ethernet DMX Bridge can be controlled from almost any network-compatible device.The software was developed by Robert Lechner and made available in the Loxone forum. The first setups consisted of an Arduino with Ethernet Shield and RS485 interface. The self-built boards work flawlessly and form the basis for the module developed by cod.m completely as open source and for mounting on the top-hat rail.Version 0.5 uses the latest version of the software with dedicated serial of the newly installed ATMega 644p to have more memory for the full number of DMX channels (512).Features: Full 512 DMX channels addressable ATMega 644p@16MHz or ATMega 1284@16MHz with Arduino bootloader (MightyCore) Dedicated serial for DMX bus Phoenix-Contact DIN Rail housing Unique MAC address (EUI-48) Power-saving W5500 WizNet Ethernet chip Reverse polarity protection TVS diode for DMX bus Input voltage range 7-28V Pluggables screw terminals for easy connections CE, RoHS, WEEE Open source Note: The DMX Bridge V0.5/V0.6 has enough memory to address a full 512 channels in DMX. However, it is still a 16MHz microcontroller - dimming many channels at once can cause performance bottlenecks.The development of the original DMX-Bridge V0.4 can be read in the blog starting with the prototype: https://allgeek.de/2017/11/15/ethernetudp-dmx-bridge-im-eigenbau/.If stock is not available, you can sign up to be notified.Feel free to contact us for larger orders.DownloadsOperation Manual Ethernet DMX Bridge V0.6
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ZigBee CC2538 Raspberry Pi Modul
CC2538 + CC2592 PA/LNA ZigBee Raspberry Pi Aufsteckmodul zum direkt Anschluss an die GPIO-Leiste des RaspberryPi (UART). Produkt wird nicht mehr weitergeführt. Als Alternative empfehlen wir unser CC2652 Raspberry Pi Modul mit verbessertem Texas Instruments CC-Chip. Product is EOL. We recommend ordering the newer CC2652 Raspberry Pi Module with advanced Texas Instruments CC-Chip. Achtung: Aktuell gibt es Problem der Firmware des Moduls wodurch beim Neustarten des Raspberry Pi Geräte neu "anounced" bzw. "gepaired" werden müssen. Wir diskutieren im Homegear-Forum bereits die Gründe und suchen nach einer Lösung.Update: Wir haben eine Lösung gefunden. Weiteres dazu im oben verlinkten Thread im Homegear-Forum und im JetHome-GitHub.Alle nach dem 12.3.2021 ausgelieferten Module enthalten den Fix und sind reboot-fest. Attention: There's currently an issue with the firmware of the module. On a reboot of the Pi the CC2538 can loose all it's known devices which must then be repaired/reanounced. We are working on a solution and are discussing this in the Homegear-Forum.Update: We've found a solution, see the Homegear-Forum Thread and the issue on JetHome's Github.All modules sold after 12th March 2021 will include the fix and survive a reboot/power loss. Bei diesem Modul wird der CC2538, der große Bruder des CC2530, als ZigBee-Coordinator mit Z-Stack Firmware 3.0.x verwendet der ZigBee nach IEEE 802.15.4 implementiert. Das CC2538-Modul nutzt zusätzlich einen CC2592 PA/LNA um die Funkreichweite zu erhöhen. Zusammen mit einer externen Antenne ist damit eine sehr weiträumige Abdeckung möglich - natürlich abhängig von den baulichen Gegebenheiten.Durch das Umlöten eines Widerstands kann genauso die vorhandene PCB-Antenne genutzt werden, die für lokale Anwendungen ausreichend ist aber eben auch störanfälliger. Der CC2538 als ZigBee-Coordinator hat gegenüber dem CC2530 den Vorteil, dass an ihm massiv mehr Geräte direkt am Coordinator angelernt werden können (100 gegenüber 10) und mehr Routen (100 gegenüber 40) hinterlegt werden können.Die Anzahl der "direct children" bestimmt im einem ZigBee-Mesh aber nicht die maximale Größe der Installation. Siehe dazu auch die zigbee2mqtt-FAQ.Wenn ein Router benötigt wird, empfehlen wir unseren Standalone CC2530 Long Range ZigBee Router. Das Modul wird mit Z-Stack Firmware 3.0.x (UART-no-flow-control-with-SBL) in der jeweilig aktuellen Version ausgeliefert und enthält einen seriellen Bootloader (serial bootloader, SBL) wodurch ein Firmware-Update ohne separates Programmiergerät mittels cc2538-prog durchgeführt werden kann. Es gilt zu beachten, dass in jedem Fall wieder eine Firmware mit SBL aufgespielt werden muss, um danach wieder auf diesem Weg ein Firmwareupdate durchzuführen. Direkter Anschluss an den Raspberry Pi Z-Stack Firmware 3.0.x Firmwareupdate direkt am Raspberry Pi mittels Kommandozeile (SBL) Hohe Reichweite durch CC2592 PA/LNA Flexibel in der Platzierung durch externe Antenne Optionale Nutzung der PCB-Antenne 100 "direct children" am Coordinator Lieferumfang: CC2538 Raspberry Pi Modul V0.3 BedienungsanleitungWeiterführende Links: GitHub Repository CC2538 Modul Downloads:ZigBee CC2538 Raspberry Pi Funkmodul V0.3 Anleitung/Datenblatt
€32.90*

Average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars

ZigBee CC2530+CC2592 Long Range Router/Repeater
The ZigBee Long Range Router is a standalone solution for extending the range of your own ZigBee installation. Based on the EByte E18-MS1PA1-IPX, a board with voltage regulator and micro USB connector was developed in a self-designed 3D printed housing. The module contains a CC2530 ZigBee microcontroller which is preceded by a CC2592 PA/LNA range extender to increase the possible radio range.By the possibility of connecting an external antenna, one can optimise the own application and possibly existing reception problems.Due to its higher range and flexibility, the ZigBee Long Range Router can also bring inaccessible places into the ZigBee mesh. For example, to cover battery-operated ZigBee devices in the garden with radio technology or an inaccessible installation of the router with an external 2.4 GHz antenna that can then be placed anywhere via an antenna line. Increasing the range in a ZigBee installation (mesh) 2.4GHz Long Range CC2530+CC2592 ZigBee radio module Usable in ZigBee 1.2 and ZigBee 3.0 installations Long Range: Improved range through the integrated CC2592 PA/LNA Range Extender. External SMA antenna connector to use different external antennas. Power consumption only 0.2W Powered by Micro-USB (5V, 250-500mA) 3D-printed case (Prusa i3, Prusament PLA Jet Black) Based on the EBYTE E18-MS1PA1-IPX module Please note: This item does not include antenna or power supply. Please order these separately.Contents: ZigBee Long Range Router in housing with SMA antenna connector Operating instructionsRelated links: 3D print STL files for the CaseGitHub Repository CC2530-CC2592 RouterDownloads: ZigBee Long Range Router V0.3 instrcutions
€28.80*
Pixel Range Extender OUT-Modul
The Pixel Range Extender OUT module adds another output module to the Pixel Range Extender to multiply the signal.This allows one controller to control several strips in parallel over a distance of up to 500 metres. The controller controls only one stripe with (e.g.) 300 LEDs. By connecting the Range Extender to several OUT modules, this signal can be multiplied to other strips of the same type and length.The IN module of the Pixel Range Extender translates the 800 kHz signal of the Pixel Controller into a differential signal that can be tapped several times from the bus by OUT modules.For more information, see the connection diagram for Pixel Multi Out.Features up to 500m cable length Minimum power consumption of 0.003W (without 120Ω resistor) +/- 15kV ESD protection integrated terminating resistor, switchable by solder jumper Contents cod.m Pixel Range Extender OUT, Art. No. 90066
€12.90*