24 LED Ring - SK6812 5050 RGB LED with Integrated Drivers (Adafruit Neopixel compatible)

SKU 2649
£11.99 inc VAT
£9.99 ex VAT
128 in stock.

This LED Ring features 24 vibrant RGB LEDs spaced around a circular PCB board.  We've worked with leading LED manufacturers to ensure these are of the highest quality and that they are fully compatible with the NeoPixel library you know and love using!

These rings have only 3 connections and are easy to get set up and controlling in no time. With a V+, GND and DATA connection they're driven from a single line making them perfect for use with controllers with limited output pins. You can chain rings together with ease thanks the handy output data and power lines (make sure to thinks about power requirements). Due to the timing specific protocols used in the NeoPixel libraries we'd suggest using these with a real-time microcotroller such as an Arduino or mbed device.

Each LED can draws approximately 50mA at 5V when each red, green and blue are set to full brightness. The LEDs are individually addressable as they each have their own driver chip, each one has ~18mA constant current drive so the colour will be very consistent even if the voltage varies.

Please Note: These do not ship with any wires or pins attached

  • Dimensions: 66mm Outer Diameter, 52.5mm Inner Diameter
  • Supply Voltage: 5V
  • Number of LEDs: 24
  • IC: SK6812

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Mark J.
United Kingdom

Great Product

Really easy to use must be bought in conjunction with a microcontroller such as Arduino, but really easy to programme.

United Kingdom

RGB Ring

These are good and work well. They include the usual decoupling capacitors. Power and data connections are via solder pads on the base, which means they don't sit flat if using the connectors from below.