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Standard for wall mounted LED lit panels. #168

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cannonerd opened this Issue Jun 2, 2016 · 4 comments

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cannonerd commented Jun 2, 2016

We are slowly starting to unleash the full power of the vacuum forming table and as a part of that I would like to have some kind of standard for the LED's that will be incorporated into the panels.

My questions at the moment are:

  1. Type of LED to be used (or are they interchangeable)
  2. Type of controller to be used and how to command said controllers if I want to eg. give the station an full alert and make it blink red or make individual parts do their own thing. MQTT?
  3. ?? (what else, I have no idea what I'm doing here)

I want to create something on the cheap side, if possible. Something that can be easily expanded by adding more panels with more LED's. I want to create a reasonable instructions page for it so that I will also know what to do later on (and others can expand the project or tweak it later).

@cannonerd cannonerd changed the title from Standard for wall mounted LED lit wall panels. to Standard for wall mounted LED lit panels. Jun 2, 2016

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it would be possible to create a esp8266/NodeMCU firmware that is listening to the stations mqtt and maybe can be
maybe also add support for Mpr121 touch sensors to add "buttons" (with copperfoil behind the formed plastic)

i have a few of the mpr121 and also want to add buttons to one panel in the tiefgang
already positivly tested copperfoil and the vacuum plastic that we are using

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woodworker commented Jun 2, 2016

it would be possible to create a esp8266/NodeMCU firmware that is listening to the stations mqtt and maybe can be
maybe also add support for Mpr121 touch sensors to add "buttons" (with copperfoil behind the formed plastic)

i have a few of the mpr121 and also want to add buttons to one panel in the tiefgang
already positivly tested copperfoil and the vacuum plastic that we are using

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Wiiilmaa Jul 20, 2016

I'm currently building an ESP8266 and c-beam MQTT based bar state - clock. Would it be possible to get a mpr121 for some tests to integrate it?

Wiiilmaa commented Jul 20, 2016

I'm currently building an ESP8266 and c-beam MQTT based bar state - clock. Would it be possible to get a mpr121 for some tests to integrate it?

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i'm not sure but maybe i have added them to on of the Micro controller zoo boxes
Maybe in one of the typical Chinese yellow envelopes

They should look like this
http://img.banggood.com/images/2014/xiemeijuan/03/SKU207358/SKU207358-4.jpg

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woodworker commented Jul 20, 2016

i'm not sure but maybe i have added them to on of the Micro controller zoo boxes
Maybe in one of the typical Chinese yellow envelopes

They should look like this
http://img.banggood.com/images/2014/xiemeijuan/03/SKU207358/SKU207358-4.jpg

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There is now this software by @coon42 for ESP8266: https://github.com/c-base/farbgeber/tree/master/esp8266/mqtt_client

Running on the main hall bubbler and the weltenbaulab lights (that are not yet installed). Also, visible and controllable via c-flo

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bergie commented May 11, 2017

There is now this software by @coon42 for ESP8266: https://github.com/c-base/farbgeber/tree/master/esp8266/mqtt_client

Running on the main hall bubbler and the weltenbaulab lights (that are not yet installed). Also, visible and controllable via c-flo

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