Espressif’s ESP-LED-Strip with Multiple Control Modes optimized for Various Lighting Effects

Published  January 31, 2022   0
L Lakshita
ESP-LED-Strip from Espressif

ESP-LED-Strip from Espressif is a smart light-strip solution that supports multiple control modes, custom-made settings, adjustable lighting effects and can be used in different scenarios, ranging from mood lighting to indoor decorative lights or various lighting effects for art projects and on-stage performances. The ESP-LED-Strip can pick up and analyze different types of music from the user’s surroundings, so that the light-strip flashes according to the beat and volume of the music.

This LED Strip is based on ESP32-C3, which is ultra-low-power and low-cost SoC supporting Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5 (LE) and has a RISC-V 32-bit single-core processor, with a clock frequency of up to 160 MHz. It has a 400 KB SRAM, and 22 programmable GPIOs and is ideal for common IoT scenarios, especially smart-lighting.

ESP-LED-Strip can be built around other Espressif SoCs, such as ESP32-S3, which supports AI acceleration, high-performance audio front-end algorithms, and wake-word engines, without an external digital signal processor (DSP). Furthermore, the ESP-LED-strip that is built around ESP32-S3 supports offline and online voice assistants.