SmartLED Shield for Teensy 4

by Pixelmatix

Drive high quality graphics to HUB75 RGB matrix panels using the Teensy 4

View all updates Nov 17, 2020

Manufacturing Update - Shipping to Mouser for Fulfillment

by Amedee B

After a long wait for shipping instructions, I’m happy to say the SmartLED Shield for Teensy 4 has shipped from the manufacturer in China, to Mouser in Texas for fulfillment.

The next update should be an announcement that orders are shipping.

In the meantime I’ve been working towards the SmartMatrix Library 4.0 release. I’ve been working to make the AnimatedGIFs example sketch more efficient - using the new AnimatedGIF Library by Larry Bank - improving the output of the APA102 driver, fixing a few bugs, and tidying up the library code.

About the Author

Amedee B

embedded-creations  ·   Cambridge, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland


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Product Choices

$25

SmartLED Shield for Teensy 4

Includes: assembled SmartLED Shield for Teensy 4 (1), 2x8 headers for expansion pinouts (1), 28 headers for Teensy connection (1), and 4-pin JST-SM male cable (1).


$40

2 x SmartLED Shield for Teensy 4

Includes: assembled SmartLED Shield for Teensy 4 (2), 2x8 headers for expansion pinouts (2), 28 headers for Teensy connection (2), and 4-pin JST-SM male cable (2).


$90

5 x SmartLED Shield for Teensy 4

Includes: assembled SmartLED Shield for Teensy 4 (5), 2x8 headers for expansion pinouts (5), 28 headers for Teensy connection (5), and 4-pin JST-SM male cable (5).


$170

10 x SmartLED Shield for Teensy 4

Includes: assembled SmartLED Shield for Teensy 4 (10), 2x8 headers for expansion pinouts (10), 28 headers for Teensy connection (10), and 4-pin JST-SM male cable (10).

Credits

Pixelmatix

Pixelmatix makes powerful and user friendly tools to drive LEDs. The SmartMatrix/SmartLED Shield and SmartMatrix Library have been used for thousands of projects since their release in 2014. We believe in the open source community and all our products are Open Source Hardware.


Amedee Beaudoin

Eric Eason

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