I'm starting to work on the "LSC Smart Digital Led Strip" which is a dual led RGBCW strip.
On the board we have:
- a BK7231N
- a button (P7)
- a microphone (ADC on P23)
- an IR receiver (digital on P26)
It controls 2 rubans plugged in parallel with:
- CC leds (PWM on P24)
- CW leds (PWM on P9)
- RGB leds
- Mutiple SM16703P chipsets, each controlling 6 RGB plugged in parallel
- SM16703P chipsets are plugged in serial and controled by P16
The rubans have 5 pins:
- Green: GND
- White: VCC (24V) controled by P6
- Blue: digital RGB (see below)
- Black: CC leds
- Red: CW leds
The button, microphone, IR receiver, CC and CW leds are easy to use, as usual, with OpenBeken.
I,m new on this forum. I want to say Hi to you.
I did looked at this forum because of the nice Open Beken system to drive several led devices.
My question is, is there any progress on the SM16703 driver on my same 2x 5M led strip from the action?
if you like i can test some things because i have a test setup Laying on my desk at my hobby center with this led strip. so i can fast reprogram the BK7231N with the python downloader.
In the past i did some scripting before so with a bit of help i can learn fast.
It is silent for a while now.
is there any news regarding the drivers for this led strip?
I wish i would have more knowledge about it but i cannot help that much.
so we are depended on the people who have the knowledge.
I hope someone pick up the driver issue on this led strip. that would be nice.
Thank you, it's nice to see you're still with us! I will try to look into it this month but sadly issue seems problematic to resolve and so far I've seen about 3 users with this LED driver... so priority always goes to devices which has more users (for example we have tens of TuyaMCU questions and requests, etc)
Make it 4 users
I bought a "GoKlug White and Color Ambiance Play Lightbar" and was able to flash it with OpenBK. The button and IR on the controller work but unfortunately the two led bars are connected via three cables: 5V, Ground and Data. So assume I need also a serial driver.
Unfortunately I didn't managed to open a led bar and don't want to destroy it so I couldn't see which driver is inside.
I mean the LED driver. The chip is already flashed with OpenBK7231T. I can test a new build when it helps. Unfortunately I made something wrong with the backup so I can't go back anyway. Here are some blurry photos:
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I've searched for the newest OpenBK7231T release on GitHub but somehow I only see builds for OpenBK7231N. Did I miss something?