ESP LED Strip WIFI Control Board [ESP Version]

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Description

Two Version Available:

ESP-12F

  • Based on ESP8266 Wifi IC, ESP-12F module.

ESP32-C3-12F (price raised on 12th August)

  • Or ESP32-C3-12F chip, which support bluetooth 5, better LED drive capablity, fater speed, and more
  • Lead out all extra pins of ESP-12F (or ESP32-C3-12F) for other use. Two setup buttons – flash and reset.

Drive Features:

  • Support one channel RGB LED strips (can also be used for three channels LED strips)
  • Support one extra channel white LEd strips.
  • Support one channel WS2812 LED strips or ring, (select by jumper, can not work with RGB in the same time)
  • On board Mosfet control is FR1205, support up to 44A/55V, for low light 5050 white led strip is about 0.4A 12V(5W), so technically support up to 100 meter per channel.

Power Supply by DCDC MP1584:

  • Input voltage 6-27V, also power LED strip, if LED strip is 12V, input voltage should be 12V. For WS2812, input voltage should use 5V.

Package Inlcudes:

    • Main control board
    • Plastic case kit (smaller than ESP relay board.)
    • DC5.5-2.1CM power input cable
    • RGB connecting cable
    • normal 5050 white LED strip (10CM width) cable.

Documents Link:

Reserved pins for our RF-LINK EDRF2 module here. (one channel trigger IO0 Low)

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16 reviews for ESP LED Strip WIFI Control Board [ESP Version]

  1. 4 out of 5

    Freddy

    I bought five of them. With the original software I didn’t get the Leds controlled. Not via MQTT and also not via the HTML commands.

    The solution was to install EspEasy with the RGBW plugin from the Playground.

    Now everything is running as expected!

    For the next revision, it would be nice if the voltage input terminal are marked with Vcc and Gnd.

  2. 4 out of 5

    andreaslindegger (verified owner)

    Cool thing, but the high frequency noice could be desturbing. Can we set the switching frequency somehow? Maybe with that we could make the noice less desturbing (higher then 20kHz)

  3. 5 out of 5

    Albert (verified owner)

    These are excellent little boards. Flexible voltage regulation and very tidy enclosure – a great way to make compact and polished IoT projects with only one power supply. I’ve started using these for non-LED strip projects because they’re just so darn versatile. I’ve got a couple driving SK6812 RGBW strips with no issues.

    Pre-soldered male headers and IO0 button make re-flashing easy. Screw terminals are convenient for testing but I would recommend instead soldering to the legs of the terminals, which are available on the underside of the board. It’s even not too hard to solder directly to the pads on the ESP8266 module itself.

    Would love to see Vcc and Gnd marked as per a previous review – luckily this is easy to work out with some continuity testing.

  4. 3 out of 5

    Pierre (verified owner)

    I bought 5 pieces and the older version was delivered, with the buttons aligned on the esp8266, it is not working. can you help me?

  5. 3 out of 5

    Chao (store manager)

    Hi, The function of the buttons never changed, one is IO0 for programming, one is reset button. IO0 is also programmable and do nothing if not program it. Please let me know more details why it is not working. Please email to info@electrodragon.com, I will also email you for details. Thank you.

  6. Rowan Etkinson

    PWM noise is really annoying

  7. Spectrumero

    This works perfectly with Esphome using a RGBW 12V led strip, this is the config yaml you can use:

    ———

    esphome:
    name: nameyourledstrip
    platform: ESP8266
    board: esp01_1m

    # Enable logging
    logger:

    # Enable Home Assistant API
    api:

    ota:
    password: “xxxx”

    wifi:
    ssid: “YourWIFISSID”
    password: “Your_password”

    # Enable fallback hotspot (captive portal) in case wifi connection fails
    ap:
    ssid: “XXX Fallback Hotspot”
    password: “XXXXX”

    captive_portal:

    light:
    – platform: rgbw
    name: “Livingroom Lights”
    red: redpin
    green: greenpin
    blue: bluepin
    white: whitepin

    output:
    – platform: esp8266_pwm
    id: redpin
    pin: 15
    max_power: 100%
    – platform: esp8266_pwm
    id: greenpin
    pin: 12
    max_power: 100%
    – platform: esp8266_pwm
    id: bluepin
    pin: 13
    max_power: 100%
    – platform: esp8266_pwm
    id: whitepin
    pin: 14
    max_power: 100%

  8. 5 out of 5

    kender

    Used it with addressable LEDs and WLed firmware, works great

  9. Robert

    Whatever I do I can’t get these things into flash mode…

  10. Denis (verified owner)

    Can be easily upgraded to Tasmota firmware:
    ===
    Tasmota
    Program Version 10.0.0(tasmota)
    Build Date & Time 2021-10-19T08:23:49
    Core/SDK Version 2_7_4_9/2.2.2-dev(38a443e)
    Uptime 0T00:01:48
    Flash write Count 32 at 0xFA000
    Boot Count 9
    Restart Reason Software/System restart
    Friendly Name 1 Tasmota

    AP1 SSId (RSSI) OpenWrt (62%, -69 dBm) 11n
    Hostname tasmota-6D0E4A-3658
    MAC Address 5C:CF:7F:6D:0E:4A
    IP Address (wifi) 192.168.0.8

    Gateway 192.168.0.1
    Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
    DNS Server1 192.168.0.1
    DNS Server2 0.0.0.0

    HTTP API Enabled

    MQTT Host mqtt.lan
    MQTT Port 1883
    MQTT User zigbee2mqtt
    MQTT Client DVES_6D0E4A
    MQTT Topic tasmota_%06X
    MQTT Group Topic 1 cmnd/tasmotas/
    MQTT Full Topic cmnd/tasmota_6D0E4A/
    MQTT Fallback Topic cmnd/DVES_6D0E4A_fb/
    MQTT No Retain Disabled

    Emulation None

    ESP Chip Id 7147082 (ESP8266EX)
    Flash Chip Id 0x1640C8
    Flash Size 4096 kB
    Program Flash Size 1024 kB
    Program Size 612 kB
    Free Program Space 388 kB
    Free Memory 27.1 kB
    ===

  11. 5 out of 5

    Denis (verified owner)

    Tasmota config:

    “`
    {“NAME”:”LEDBoard RGBW”,”GPIO”:[0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,418,417,419,416,288,0],”FLAG”:0,”BASE”:18}
    “`

  12. Notrial

    did anyone manage to flash WLED or ESPHome on the ESP32 version?

  13. Chao (store manager)

    Hi Notrial,

    From other users feedback, WLED seems not working yet, and don’t know for Tosmota.

    We didn’t try yet. We only did test with all the basic functions.

    Thank you. Best regards,

  14. 4 out of 5

    Tony N (verified owner)

    I bought two and they are working fine with wled. I am disappointed that there is no level shifter / LLC for the addressable output as well as being limited to the jumper current rating (3A?) for PWM LEDs. Flashing is a bit tricky. Still have not nailed it, but I can just OTA now.

  15. Notrial

    Hi Tony N,

    So you are saying max output is 3A?
    So you managed to flash WLED? Can you explain the tricky part, please?
    Much appreciated!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Nefi Alfonso Segarra (verified owner)

    Good product, happy with it


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