|1031_0 - PhidgetLED-64 Advanced - Discontinued|
- Independent control of 64 Light Emitting Diodes
- Voltage, Current and Brightness Control supports most types of indicators
- Ships with a 12VDC 2 Amps power supply
- Connects directly to a computer’s USB port
Replaced by the 1032 - PhidgetLED-64 Advanced.
The PhidgetLED 64 allows you to independently control 64 Light Emitting Diodes. Each LED can be turned on and off, and its brightness controlled.
Most standard LEDs with colors such as red, amber, orange, yellow, and green have forward voltages below 2.75 Volts, and can be used with the PhidgetLED by simply soldering them to a connector-wire and inserting the wire into any PhidgetLED board connector. The forward voltage will default to 2.75V, and the maximum current defaults to 20mA.
|API Object Name||LED|
|Number of LED Outputs||64|
|Recommended Wire Size||12 - 24 AWG|
|Power Jack Hole Diameter||5.5 mm|
|Power Jack Pin Diameter||2.1 mm|
|Power Jack Polarity||Center Positive|
|Operating Temperature Min||0 °C|
|Operating Temperature Max||70 °C|
|USB Voltage Min||4.5 V DC|
|USB Voltage Max||5.3 V DC|
|Current Consumption Min||195 mA|
|Supply Voltage Min||6 V DC|
|Supply Voltage Max||15 V DC|
|Selectable Output Voltage Levels||1.7 VDC, 2.75 VDC, 3.0 VDC, 5.0 VDC|
|Selectable Output Current Levels||20 mA, 40 mA, 60 mA, 80 mA|
|USB Speed||Full Speed|
The 1031 is capable of adjusting the forward voltage supplied to the LEDs with 1.7, 2.75, 3.9 and 5 volts settings allowing you to properly drive blue, white, violet, ultra violet and purple LEDs.
Bi-color LEDs, tri-color LEDs, seven-segment displays, bar LEDs, and other array-style arrangements of LEDs can also be used with the 1031.
The maximum current can be set to 20, 40, 60 or 80mA, and applies to all LEDs. The API allows the brightness control of individual LEDs.
- A 3018 - Mini-USB Cable 180cm
- 3021 - 16 Double Ended cables
- A 12VDC 2Amps Power Supply
- A Hardware mounting kit (4 nuts and bolts, 4 plastic spacers)
Note: Cut the Double Ended cables in half and solder the cut end to the LED. Check the Getting Started section of the User Guide for more detailed information.