Compatible Hardware List - TobKra96/music_led_strip_control Wiki

These tables contain all compatible and incompatible hardware we have tested. If you have a device, that is not listed, please send us your experience.

The column "Compatible" represents if the hardware is compatible :heavy_check_mark:, unknown :question: or not compatible :x:.
The column "Compatibility confirmed" represents, if we have actually confirmed the compatibility :heavy_check_mark:, or if we have not checked it yet :x:.

These lists are not complete. All data are without warranty.

Raspberry Pi

You will need at least 500 MB RAM.

Model Name Compatible Compatibility confirmed Comment
Raspberry Pi 4 Model B :heavy_check_mark: :heavy_check_mark: Working just fine. Tested with 11+ devices and 1200+ LEDs
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ :heavy_check_mark: :heavy_check_mark: Working just fine. Tested with 5+ devices and 500+ LEDs
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B :heavy_check_mark: :x: Not tested, but it could have enough performance.
Raspberry Pi 3 Model A :heavy_check_mark: :x: Not tested, but it could have enough performance.
Raspberry Pi 2 Model B :question: :x: Not tested. We expect, it has not enough performance.
Raspberry Pi Model B+ :question: :x: Not tested. We expect, it has not enough performance.
Raspberry Pi Model A+ :question: :x: Not tested. We expect, it has not enough performance.
Raspberry Pi Zero :x: :heavy_check_mark: The program is running, but only with 24 fps. Not recommended.
Raspberry Pi Zero W :x: :heavy_check_mark: The program is running, but only with 24 fps. Not recommended.
Raspberry Pi Pico :x: :heavy_check_mark: The pico is a microcontroller. The program will need a Linux system.
Raspberry Pi Compute Module :question: :x: Not tested. We expect, it has not enough performance.
Raspberry Pi zero 2 W :heavy_check_mark: :heavy_check_mark: Tested by kats. Tested with 143 LEDs -> 60 FPS and 30% CPU

ESP

Model Name Compatible Compatibility confirmed Comment
ESP8266 :heavy_check_mark: :heavy_check_mark: Tested with a Node MCU. Please check your form factor. You will need the RX Pin.
ESP32 :question: :x: Not tested, but could work. The libraries have to be compatible.
ARDUINO NANO 33 IOT :question: :x: Could work, but not tested.
ARDUINO UNO WIFI REV2 :question: :x: Could work, but not tested.
Arduino Nano :x: :heavy_check_mark: The Arduino Nano has no included wifi module.
Arduino Micro :x: :heavy_check_mark: The Arduino Micro has no included wifi module.
Arduino Uno :x: :heavy_check_mark: The Arduino Uno has no included wifi module.
Arduino Mega :x: :heavy_check_mark: The Arduino Mega has no included wifi module.

LED Strips

Model Name Compatible Compatibility confirmed Comment
WS2812B :heavy_check_mark: Raspberry Pi :heavy_check_mark: ESP :heavy_check_mark: Works properly.
WS2815 :heavy_check_mark: Raspberry Pi :heavy_check_mark: ESP :heavy_check_mark: Works properly.
WS2811 :heavy_check_mark: Raspberry Pi :heavy_check_mark: ESP :heavy_check_mark: Verified by an User.
WS2813 :heavy_check_mark: Raspberry Pi :heavy_check_mark: ESP :heavy_check_mark: Confirmed by carlyd95 with rpi 4 + esp 8266
SK6812 :heavy_check_mark: Raspberry Pi :heavy_check_mark: ESP :x: Not tested, but should work.
WS2801 :x: Raspberry Pi :x: ESP :x: Not tested yet. The libraries do not provide a clock signal.

Microphones / Sound Cards

Every microphone or sound card, which is compatible with Linux should work.

Model Name Compatible Compatibility confirmed Comment
Sabrent AU-MMSA :heavy_check_mark: :heavy_check_mark: Works. A little bit noisy and quiet. Tested with Speedlink SPES Clip-On Microphone
CSL A20613x4 :heavy_check_mark: :heavy_check_mark: Works. A little bit noisy and quiet. Tested with Speedlink SPES Clip-On Microphone
TONOR G11 :heavy_check_mark: :heavy_check_mark: My current microphone. Works very good.
TONOR T30 :heavy_check_mark: :heavy_check_mark: Used by flusier
Hiro Ichos :heavy_check_mark: :heavy_check_mark: Works fine.