Mar 25, 2018 · ESP8266 based WiFi ArtNet to DMX, RDM and LED Pixels - mtongnz/ESP8266_ArtNetNode_v2
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The node_dmx_and_pix schematic is recommended as it allows for DMX with RDM & also ws2812(b) strips by using the convert_max485_to_pix; The convert_max485_to_pix schematic is not a DMX driver for the strips! It simply converts the logic back to the ws2812(b) logic. The node_pix_only schematic is for those of you who don't want DMX. At 680 pixels (4 DMX universes), you'll be at a 20.4ms refresh rate - ~50Hz. I'd recommend keep your max run around there. Also, as others stated, you'll want to properly drive them with a 5v buffer.