MICROMIS
LED SHIELD

The LED Shield extension is an additional board that extends the capabilities of the Micromis Base V1 platform with lighting functions. It includes as many as 40 addressable LEDs that allow precise control of lighting in different colors and intensities. This makes the LED Shield overlay ideal for creating various types of lighting effects.
Available from March 1, 2023

key features

40 addressable LEDs
Easy to use thanks to compatibility with most libraries
Ability to display any shape
The LED Shield extension is an additional board that extends the capabilities of the Micromis Base V1 platform with lighting functions. It includes as many as 40 addressable LEDs that allow precise control of lighting in different colors and intensities. This makes the LED Shield overlay ideal for creating various types of lighting effects.
Addressable LEDs are lighting elements that have built-in electronics that allow them to be individually controlled. Thanks to this, each LED in the LED Shield overlay can be configured in any color and intensity, allowing you to create a wide variety of lighting effects. What's more, thanks to the use of addressable LEDs, it is also possible to create light animations or change colors and light intensity with simple control commands.
Overall, the LED Shield overlay is a very useful extension for the Micromis Base V1 platform, which allows you to create a variety of lighting effects. Thanks to the use of 40 addressable LEDs, this overlay allows precise control of lighting in different colors and intensities, which makes it possible to create very interesting and attractive lighting effects. This can be very useful in many different applications.

Check out our free Quick Start Guide for the Micromis Base V1 board!

With the guide we created, you will learn how to get started with the Micromis Base V1 board and learn important information about the design itself.

The Quick Start guide discusses such topics as:
- getting the Micromis Base V1 board up and running for the first time
- using the Micromis Base V1 board in conjunction with the Arduino IDE and Visual Studio Code environment with the PlatformIO add-on
- describing the pins of the development platform
- discussing and pointing out the most important components on the board
- dimensions of Micromis Base V1 board
- discussion of sample programs presenting possible applications of the Micromis Base V1 board

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