Dear DIY enthusiasts,
I am proud to present the latest addition to the family of SRGBmods projects to make your life easier and more shiny and blinky: The SRGBmods LED Controller v2 is here!
Ever since SignalRGB added the ability to track a device’s frame rate, we were shocked about how bad
the Pico LC is performing in reality due to its very limiting USB 1.1 PHY.
Even though the Pico is still being worked on and several compression methods are being tested to
transfer more data within the actual limits, we thought that it’s time to come up with something
way faster, so the idea of a new and much faster controller was born.
The SRGBmods LED Controller v2 is a DIY (do it yourself) ARGB controller exclusively designed to be used with SignalRGB!
Its base is an extremely powerful PJRC Teensy 4.X micro-controller sporting an ARM Cortex-M7 and a USB 2.0 PHY that makes it possible to drive up to 4056 leds at high frame rates.
A massive amount of 23 pins on Teensy 4.0 or even 41 pins on Teennsy 4.1 can be used to connect your devices to it!
Details about Hardware Lighting
Status LED and Hardware Lighting can be configured on-the-fly directly in the device options in SignalRGB!
A word of warning: EEPROM has a limited write cycle count per address, DO NOT constantly change the Hardware Lighting settings!
Table of LED counts and corresponding expected frame rates
The firmware generator and instructions to compile the generated firmware can be found here: