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mqtt [2018-06-16 21:01]
cazagen [Displays]
mqtt [2018-09-15 15:37] (current)
cazagen [Displays]
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 ^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^ ^ Topic ^ Payload ^ Notes ^
 | display/​g1/​leds | <​colour>​ | css3 web colours or hex values (e.g. ff0000) | | display/​g1/​leds | <​colour>​ | css3 web colours or hex values (e.g. ff0000) |
-| display/​g1/​leds | <​preset>​ | presets include: rainbow, zap, chase, test |+| display/​g1/​leds | <​preset>​ | presets include: rainbow, zap, chase, test, pixelpicker ​|
 | display/​g1/​leds/​brightness | [0-100] | changes the brightness of the leds to //n// percent | | display/​g1/​leds/​brightness | [0-100] | changes the brightness of the leds to //n// percent |
 +| display/​g1/​leds/​picker/​json | <​json>​ | When in the pixelpicker preset send the following example payload, '​{"​1":​[255,​ 255, 0], "​2":​[0,​ 0, 255]}' , this will set LED 1 to yellow, and LED 2 to blue |
  
 The LEDs can also be addressed in real time via a UDP network protocol. See [[https://​gist.github.com/​timhawes/​910ee6b5bf9c36833235b0e075f01cbf|this example]]. The LEDs can also be addressed in real time via a UDP network protocol. See [[https://​gist.github.com/​timhawes/​910ee6b5bf9c36833235b0e075f01cbf|this example]].
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