How often do you get software or firmware updates for a 2-year-old device? Probably not very often. This is not the case for ANAVI Light Controller!
Recently we made a major improvements to the default firmware available as an Arduino sketch at GitHub:
You can either compile and upload the new version through Arduino IDE or just grab the binary from GitHub and flash it on your ANAVI Light Controller.
One more thing… Our open source family has a new member ANAVI Miracle Controller. Over the years a lot of you asked for a use-friendly WiFi dev board for controlling addressable (digital) LED strips like WS2812B, WS2812, WS2811, NeoPixels, etc. This is exactly what ANAVI Miracle Controller does! It is capable of controlling not only one but two 5V or 12V addressable LED strips simultaneously. Furthermore a mini OLED display and up to 3 additional I2C sensors can be attached on it.
So now we have ANAVI Light Controller for 12V RGB analog LED strips and ANAVI Miracle Controller for 5V or 12V digital (addressable) LED strips!
Please, help us once again to bring another open source product to life by supporting ANAVI Miracle Controller crowdfunding campaign at Crowd Supply!
Best regards, Leon
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