ESK8 Sport LED Strip Controller

OK,thanks for your kind remind.

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Sounds good idea!

Hi there,

Now ESK8 Sport LED Strip Controller supports VESC UART.

The next version of ESK8 Sport LED Strip Controller will be PPM control.

Besides we provide OEM and ODM services.

Thanks.

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hell yes

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@jack.luis,This lighting controller should have no issue working with the uSplit. The delay to communication would be about 50ms in worst case conditions, so no effect would be noticed in the lights. The one thing to be cautious about is the VESC FW used. Older versions cannot handle heavy UART loads, so it is important to use the latest FW.

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Ricco, thank you very much to make sure the esk8 sport LED strip controller is compatible with the Usplit.
Help a lot!Thanks again!

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Hi there, which color is cooler?

Rest in peace anyone with epilepsy

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Welcome to watch the esk8 sport LED strip controller! :partying_face:

Any comments are warmly welcome~ :tada: :tada:

Thanks DIY esk8 Builders for this nice video! :blush:

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Happy Holiday!

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Hi guys, now we are working on the PPM version of esk8 led strip controller, communicated with GPS signal, no need to connect ESC. It will be launched in the future a few days!

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Made a tailbone brakelight

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Thank you, Brian. Very creative and bright tail light! :+1:
Will there be a show of riding on the board? Curious on how it performs on riding at night. :grin:

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Thank you, Brian. Very creative and bright tail light! :+1:
Will there be a show of riding on the board? Curious on how it performs on riding at night. :grin:

Yes there will be riding footage once it’s available :grin:

Ok, looking froward to that! :beer: :beer: :partying_face:

Hi, 10% off ESK8 LED controller right now. Here are the product links for friends who need it:

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Can this be used without a buck converter to power a led headlight on/off?

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I don’t think so (not 100% sure).

But, you can use the product as-is and just set it to all white (on the front) and all red (on the back) if you want to.

Also getting the 144 pixel/m density strips allows for a brighter light (more LEDs in the same physical space).

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