i got some pieces apa107 white color digital led strips, can I use it to replace dotstar apa102 white?
APA107 has 4 pins, APA102 has 6. APA107 only has a data-pin, APA102 has pins for data and clock. Its not a drop-in replacement.
hey, Had you seen the APA107 before? if not, please shut up..... check the picture, open your fu...cking big eyes, it is 4pins? if you are not blind， I think you can see 6pins....
Miguel T. wrote: > please shut up..... In the same rough tone: RTFM!
Please look on the attached image. Its from the datasheet. I guess you are on your own now.
see my photograph...i bought 1 meter white APA107 sample from china....it is 6pin... you are absolutely their competitor...perhaps your APA102 is very good selling...you looks very scared
Why did you make that datasheet???? I am very curious. This is the real datasheet...
Jessy J. wrote: > Why did you make that datasheet???? I am very curious. > This is the real datasheet... > APA107.jpg No. This is a jpeg image - not a datasheet. And no. Yesitsme did not made the datasheet. Like you he randomly selected a document from the internet. Actually the vendor wrote two datasheet documents with the same name "SPC/APA107". 1) https://datasheetspdf.com/pdf-file/1273359/NEWSTAR/APA107/1 2) https://cdn.hackaday.io/files/21293910999712/APA107%20RGB.pdf The later one with revision number 01 seems to be the current valid one, as it is the version available on the homepage of newstar. http://www.newstar-ledstrip.com/productshow817.html -> http://www.newstar-ledstrip.com/product/20180820112602493.pdf Miguel T. wrote: > can I use it to replace dotstar apa102 white? It seems to be what newstar has in mind when writing: "APA107 will be upgraded again, the PWM can be 26-28kHz, faster and cheaper than APA102."