Our new family member has arrived! It has the same dimensions as ANAVI Thermometer and it is also entirely open source but it serves a complete different function. ANAVI Miracle Controller is an ESP8266-powered Wi-Fi development board to control two 5V or 12V addressable (digital) LED strips.
A mini OLED display and up to 3 additional I2C sensor modules can be attached. All I2C peripherals of ANAVI Thermometer are compatible with ANAVI Miracle Controller. We even use the same acrylic enclosure.
Back in 2018 we created ANAVI Light Controller for low-cost non-addressable 12V RGB LED strips. Over the years a lot of people asked for a similar dev board for addressable (digital) LED strips like WS2812B, WS2812, WS2811 and NeoPixels. This is how we came up with the idea to design ANAVI Miracle Controller.
Another advantage of ANAVI Miracle Controller is the additional 4 male header pins with an extra GPIO, 3.3V, 5V and GND. Makers can attach a relay or a button to this extra GPIO pin.
We hope you’ll jump in and help us bring another entirely open source project to life by supporting the crowdfunding campaign for ANAVI Miracle Controller.
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