LEDeez v1.4 is an ESP32-WROOM-32E based addressable LED controller. The board is designed for 12V or 24V input to control addressable LEDs such as the WS28xx & SK6812 LEDs. An onboard button connected to GPIO 0 makes turning LEDs on/off in WLED super convenient. There is a quad-channel Texas Instruments SN74AHCT125 level-shifter onboard with four GPIOs available to drive LED data channels (two via the output terminals and two additional you can add header pins for). There is plenty of additional power and GPIO available for whatever you can dream up.
For a sample wiring config, check out the LEDeez page on Digiblur.com.
Software: WLED 0.14b6 pre-installed
Connectors: Standard 5.08mm terminal blocks
Board dimensions: 80mm x 40mm
What's Included: LEDeez v1.4, 1x 10cm JST SH 6P pigtail (for connecting to a USB TTL if needed)
Note that with v1.2 and later, header pins are no longer available pre-assembled. Grab some from Amazon if you have a need for them.
LED strings not included.
The LED output GPIO pin assignments are as follows:
LED1 = 16
LED2 = 4
LED3 = 2
LED4 = 32
v1.4 - 2023-10-05
Better terminal blocks - accept larger wires/ferrules.
Now shipping with low-profile 7.5A fuses
v1.3 - 2023-04-21
Schottky diode added to buck converter input to prevent reverse polarity from releasing the magic smoke.
Flashing connector updated to be 100% VoltLink-compatible.
v1.2 - 2022-11-20
Replaced flashing pins with JST SH1.0 6P.
Header pins no longer added at the factory - holes are still available for them.
v1.1 - 2022-10-19
Outputs are now independently fused
No longer offering the choice of connector style
Increased area of copper pours between VIN and fuse inputs (MORE POWER!)
v1.0 - Original Release
Disclaimer: While I have made every effort to test the device, this is very much a hobby-grade project. Some additional assembly or tinkering may be required to add additional accessories or achieve your expected results. I cannot be responsible for troubleshooting or replacing boards used incorrectly.