SmartLED Shield for Teensy 4

by Pixelmatix

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

View all updates Aug 19, 2020

We Are Live!

by Louis Beaudoin

We’re excited to announce the launch of SmartLED Shield for Teensy 4: a great way to drive a large LED panel with high quality graphics using the powerful Arduino-compatible Teensy 4. The shield is easy to assemble with no soldering, and plugs right in to compatible HUB75 RGB LED Panels. The SmartMatrix Library makes driving these panels accessible, with good examples to get your project started. We’re excited to release this open source project, and looking forward to seeing what you build with it! You can see all the details on the main project page.

About the Author

Louis Beaudoin

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$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.


Louis Beaudoin

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