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Date registered: December 12, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Automated LED Handrail — April 30, 2017
  2. Huge Comercial RGB Stair Lighting Installation – Cost No Option — September 5, 2013
  3. DIY Strip Light Stair Lighting Design and Install — August 28, 2013
  4. Automatic Motion Detection Stair Lighting — May 3, 2012
  5. RGB LED DIY Stair Lighting using an Arduino Uno and TLC5940 chips — April 17, 2012

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  1. Automatic Motion Detection Stair Lighting — 5 comments
  2. DIY Strip Light Stair Lighting Design and Install — 4 comments
  3. RGB LED DIY Stair Lighting using an Arduino Uno and TLC5940 chips — 1 comment

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Apr
30

Automated LED Handrail

  Grobenn25 built an interactive LED handrail system using an Arduino that monitors a large array of infrared sensors to detect what step the user is on. Based on theĀ  current detection pattern the stairs will light the LEDs under the handrail appropriately. During the production he looked at many different types of systems and …

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Sep
05

Huge Comercial RGB Stair Lighting Installation – Cost No Option

  If you have an unlimited budget this stair lighting system by Calum Gregge is amazing. Using RGB LEDs on this system combined with some creative light sequencing sure does look impressive.

Aug
28

DIY Strip Light Stair Lighting Design and Install

  This DIY Strip Light Stair Lighting Design and Install over at Speedy Signals looks nice. The project uses a ATmega328P which is very common in the Arduino scene. The microcontroller interfaces with some shift registers to power the lights. Some 2N7000 mosfets are used to drive the actual LED lights. By using the Arduino …

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May
03

Automatic Motion Detection Stair Lighting

Titan Homes is adding some cool stair lighting to some of their custom homes. Check out the video of the Reactive Lighting stair lighting system they install for their lucky customers. Austin demonstrates how the stair lighting controller can easily be configured by just flipping a few switches. A few of the many lighting sequences …

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