A fast and feature-rich implementation of an ESP8266/ESP32 webserver to control NeoPixel (WS2812B, WS2811, SK6812) LEDs or also SPI based chipsets like the WS2801 and APA102!
- WS2812FX library with more than 100 special effects
- FastLED noise effects and 50 palettes
- Modern UI with color, effect and segment controls
- Segments to set different effects and colors to user defined parts of the LED string
- Settings page - configuration via the network
- Access Point and station mode - automatic failsafe AP
- Up to 10 LED outputs per instance
- Support for RGBW strips
- Up to 250 user presets to save and load colors/effects easily, supports cycling through them.
- Presets can be used to automatically execute API calls
- Nightlight function (gradually dims down)
- Full OTA software updatability (HTTP + ArduinoOTA), password protectable
- Configurable analog clock (Cronixie, 7-segment and EleksTube IPS clock support via usermods)
- Configurable Auto Brightness limit for safe operation
- Filesystem-based config for easier backup of presets and settings
- WLED app for Android and iOS
- JSON and HTTP request APIs
- E1.31, Art-Net, DDP and TPM2.net
- diyHue (Wled is supported by diyHue, including Hue Sync Entertainment under udp. Thanks to Gregory Mallios)
- UDP realtime
- Alexa voice control (including dimming and color)
- Sync to Philips hue lights
- Adalight (PC ambilight via serial) and TPM2
- Sync color of multiple WLED devices (UDP notifier)
- Infrared remotes (24-key RGB, receiver required)
- Simple timers/schedules (time from NTP, timezones/DST supported)
See the documentation on our official site!
On this page you can find excellent tutorials and tools to help you get your new project up and running!
Licensed under the MIT license
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You can also send me mails to firstname.lastname@example.org, but please, only do so if you want to talk to me privately.
If you are prone to photosensitive epilepsy, we recommended you do not use this software.
If you still want to try, don't use strobe, lighting or noise modes or high effect speed settings.
As per the MIT license, I assume no liability for any damage to you or any other person or equipment.