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Reddit mentions of ALITOVE 16.4ft WS2812B Individually Addressable LED Strip Light 5050 RGB SMD 150 Pixels Dream Color Waterproof IP67 Black PCB 5V DC

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We found 16 Reddit mentions of ALITOVE 16.4ft WS2812B Individually Addressable LED Strip Light 5050 RGB SMD 150 Pixels Dream Color Waterproof IP67 Black PCB 5V DC. Here are the top ones.

ALITOVE 16.4ft WS2812B Individually Addressable LED Strip Light 5050 RGB SMD 150 Pixels Dream Color Waterproof IP67 Black PCB 5V DC
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256 brightness display and 24-bit color display. Each pixel can have its own color and brightness. You can control them individually and set them to any color or animation you want.Compatible with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, T1000S,K1000C etc programmable controllers. Support SP105E SP108E SP110E app controllers, SP106E SP107E music controllers, SP501E and MHCTRWF5V smart WiFi Controllers.Covered with clear silicone weatherproof sheathing, which protects it very well and makes it easy to clean. It comes with silicone clips and screws. You can fix it on some place you want.It comes with 3pin JST-SM connectors and separated power/ground wires on both ends. Each LED can be cut off without damaging the rest strip. You can shorten, lengthen or bend it freely if you want.It can be used to make led screen, led wall, advertising board and widely applied to hotel, KTV, bars, Outdoor advertising signs, wedding party lighting, and so on.
Height0.1181102361 Inches
Length196.8503935 Inches
Width0.5511811018 Inches

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Found 16 comments on ALITOVE 16.4ft WS2812B Individually Addressable LED Strip Light 5050 RGB SMD 150 Pixels Dream Color Waterproof IP67 Black PCB 5V DC:

u/kaizendojo · 6 pointsr/homeassistant

Sure - I'll even give you the links and the code!

These NodeMCUs:


With this LED Strip:


(It has connectors on either end so I cut it midway and used it to make two strips.) Powered it directly from the NodeMCU.

Here's the code I used:

name: ledstrip_controller
platform: ESP8266
board: nodemcuv2

ssid: !secret ssid
password: !secret wifi_pass



  • platform: neopixelbus
    variant: WS2812X
    method: ESP8266_DMA
    pin: GPIO3
    num_leds: 62
    name: "Neopixel Light"
    • random:
    • strobe:
    • flicker:
    • addressable_rainbow:
    • addressable_rainbow:
      name: Rainbow Effect With Custom Values
      speed: 25
      width: 30
    • addressable_color_wipe:
    • addressable_color_wipe:
      name: Color Wipe Effect With Custom Values
      • red: 100%
        green: 100%
        blue: 100%
        num_leds: 5
      • red: 0%
        green: 0%
        blue: 0%
        num_leds: 2
        add_led_interval: 100ms
        reverse: False
    • addressable_color_wipe:
      name: Color Wipe Effect Code Red
      • red: 100%
        green: 0%
        blue: 0%
        num_leds: 10
      • red: 0%
        green: 0%
        blue: 0%
        num_leds: 5
        add_led_interval: 10ms
        reverse: True
    • addressable_scan:
    • addressable_scan:
      name: Scan Effect One
      move_interval: 10ms
    • addressable_scan:
      name: Scan Effect Two
      move_interval: 5ms
    • addressable_twinkle:
    • addressable_twinkle:
      name: Twinkle Effect With Custom Values
      twinkle_probability: 15%
      progress_interval: 4ms
    • addressable_random_twinkle:
    • addressable_random_twinkle:
      name: Random Twinkle Effect With Custom Values
      twinkle_probability: 15%
      progress_interval: 32ms
    • addressable_fireworks:
    • addressable_fireworks:
      name: Fireworks Effect With Custom Values
      update_interval: 32ms
      spark_probability: 15%
      use_random_color: true
      fade_out_rate: 180
    • addressable_flicker:
    • addressable_flicker:
      name: Flicker Effect With Custom Values
      update_interval: 16ms
      intensity: 20%

      Connected it to my HA server with a USB cable, clicked the flash button and waited a minute or two. Went to Integrations page, selected esphome and entered the IP address in the code above and voila, I had a controllable lightstrip in HA with special effects included.

      I initially just added the effects lines, but then I added the ones with custom values and reflashed it.
u/UrFavSoundTech · 5 pointsr/techtheatre

I use this. This should convert dmx to led talk. And you will need a power supply.

For best results I power my strips from both aide. Other wise they will get darker as the strip gets longer.

u/sandwichsaregood · 3 pointsr/arduino

Looks like OP just cut up a strip of WS2812's like this one.

u/TrollaBot · 2 pointsr/skiing

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u/hydrosolar · 2 pointsr/raspberry_pi

Pi and Arduino were both from microcenter and I already had both . Everything else was originally from amazon. Not factored into my cost was the power supply. I already had one in my media center setup and was able to piggy back off that.
Happy to answer any questions. This is a fun project.

u/ChaoticEko · 2 pointsr/arduino

Here is the led strip. A little cheaper than neopixels but uses the same exact libraries.

For this demo, It is powered off of Arduino's micro usb. Seems to work fine for 18inches of strip. I do have a cheap 12v 3A power supply and a 5v step down to power it later, as I do not think that the micro usb arduino power can supply the TWO 18" led strips the final design will have wired to it.

u/Trooper636 · 2 pointsr/Cyberpunk

My guess would be ws2811 / ws2812 style addressable strip. And of course!

u/jzlee · 1 pointr/homeautomation

The one you listed doesn’t have the RGB version available - is something like this: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00ZHB9M6A/ref=cm_cr_arp_mb_bdcrb_top?ie=UTF8 okay?

u/JaysSon · 1 pointr/AskElectronics

Sorry, I probably should have had more details. They are WS2812B. They came in a 150 strip from Amazon (Link below). I have cut it down to 121 LED and arranged from in a matrix. I've tried reuploading a smaller simple piece of code, and it won't light up still. Bear in mind the LEDs were working perfectly when I got them. I will post the simple code and make a wiring diagram when I get home. Thanks.

LEDS: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00ZHB9M6A/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/cj3636 · 1 pointr/buildapc

Lol. I'm in this now. I am going to make a program that supports typical R / G / B / 12v 4 pin headers and the (DeepCool has it on their coolers, but its now pretty standard) 3 pin + power addressable RGB strips.


Like get a remind me for this. I am gonna make it happen.

Gonna use an Electron/NodeJS GUI for it and everything.


I'll begin with this project and go from there.


I will go as far as mapping each sound input and output device to any RGB strips connected to a PC.


Oh lord I'll even be using some of this code from the best rainmeter plugin there is.


Best part:

Things like these and thesewill be compatible.

u/adamstercl · 1 pointr/hometheater

It's a Dreamscreen DIY kit


I'm using 200 individually addressable LEDs wrapped around a 2x2 frame in behind the screen

ALITOVE 16.4ft WS2812B Individually Addressable RGB LED Flexible Strip Light 5m 150 Pixels 5050 SMD DC5V Black PCB Waterproof IP67 https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00ZHB9M6A/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_4GwOCbGD0KKNW

u/newtolou · 1 pointr/homeautomation

It looks like the power supply is 5V 2.5mA. If I go with 5V LEDs like the below, I feel like it should work. Then again, I'm not electrician, I'm just making things up as I go.


u/jimbofranks · 1 pointr/raspberry_pi

I'm not sure if this is the form factor you're looking for or not. I've used two of these sets with my pi3 and had no problem powering and addressing all 300 lights. Admittedly I've only powered all of them at once for a few minutes at a time at this point.

Here's the lights I'm using:

This is what I've used to power the lights.

Here's the adapter I used to connect the lights to the power supply:

The rpi_ws281x library works on the pi3 and is available here:

The sample code is pretty easy to follow and has some interesting effects ready to run.

u/kingofdigitalhearts · 1 pointr/AskElectronics

Thank you for your response. I do have another question. How would I attach the five wires coming out of these? Would I have to attach 2 wires into one or something like that.