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Adafruit RGB Matrix Led HAT + RTC for Raspberry Pi

Si te gustan los LEDs igual que a nosotros, no te puedes perder ésta expansión para Raspberry Pi ya que permite controlar matrices de LED RGB de una forma muy fácil para lucir tus proyectos de forma espectacular. Se entrega en kit para montar (solo hay que soldar los pines GPIO, el conector de la matriz y los pines de alimentación) y permite conectar directamente una fuente de alimentación externa para alimentar a la matriz (puedes conectar varias al mismo tiempo si quieres). La placa se encarga de todo para proteger a tu Raspberry Pi de sobre tensión.

Adafruit dispone de varios ejemplos ya hechos en Python, así que puedes hacerla funcionar en pocos minutos! 


You can now create a dazzling display with your Raspberry Pi Model Zero/A+/B+/Pi 2, Pi 3 and Pi 4 with the Adafruit RGB Matrix HAT. This HAT plugs into your Pi and makes it super easy to control RGB matrices such as those we stock in the shop and create a colorful scrolling display or mini LED wall with ease.


This HAT is our finest to date, full of some really great circuitry. Let me break it down for you:

   * Simple design – plug in power, plug in IDC cable, run our Python code!

   * Power protection circuitry – you can plug a 5V 4A wall adapter into the HAT and it will automatically protect against negative, over or under-voltages! Yay for no accidental destruction of your setup.

   * Onboard level shifters to convert the RasPi’s 3.3V to 5.0V logic for clean and glitch free matrix driving.

   * DS1307 Real Time Clock can keep track of time for the Pi even when it is rebooted or powered down, to make for really nice time displays.

Works with any of our 16×32, 32×32, 32×64 or 64×64 RGB LED Matrices with HUB75 connections. You can even chain multiple matrices together for a longer display, you can chain as many as you like but the bigger the display the harder it is on the Pi so keep that in mind! We don’t recommend more than 64×128 pixel setups.

Please note: this HAT is only for use with HUB75 type RGB Matrices. Not for use with NeoPixel, DotStar, or other ‘addressable’ LEDs.

A 5V power supply is also required, not included, for powering the matrix itself. The Pi cannot do it due to the high currents. To calculate the max current of your matrix set up, multiply the width of all the chained matrix by 0.12 : A 32 pixel wide matrix needs 32*0.12 = 3.85A  so pick up a 5V 4A power supply.

Some light soldering is required to attach the headers to your Pi. A soldering iron and solder are required, but it’s not a complex soldering job and most beginners can do it in about 15 minutes.


NO INCLUYE:  Raspberry Pi,    Panel Matriz Led,    Fuente de Poder 5V, 4A.

INCLUYE: RGB Matrix Hat, Conectores para PCB, Bateria de botón CR1220 y como extra: Soportes / Separadores para placa. 



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