Control LEDs connected to an Arduino with iCUE, create an unofficial Corsair iCUE compatible Arduino LED controller. (by Legion2)

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  • Need help with FastLED and Corsair lighting protocol
    3 projects | | 16 Feb 2023
    Issue: I can currently run the LED strips using a basic SK6812 demo sketch just fine. As soon as I try using the Corsair lighting protocol sketch to mimic Corsair hardware that can be controlled via iCue software ( I am not able to get full brightness or ever proper color output on the led strips. The strips also won’t change color at all. I have verified iCue is able to control SK6812’s. I believe this is an issue somewhere with the included fastled library in the sketch, I just do not know where to begin.
    3 projects | | 16 Feb 2023
    The library is compatible with all boards using the MCU ATmega32U4. This includes Arduino Leonardo, SparkFun Pro Micro, Arduino Micro, and Adafruit 32u4 AVR Boards. It also supports the Arduino Uno and Arduino Mega, but this requires the HoodLoader2 bootloader, see this wiki for more details.
  • support for ws2811 lights?
    4 projects | | 12 Jan 2023
    It's also worth noting you can make DIY Corsair controllers (can appear either as Corsair Node Pro or LS100 in both ICUE and SRGB) and they're pretty cheap with a microcontroller. I've done this successfully. Information on doing this can be seen here:
  • I made this RGB Lamp that I can control via WiFi! I hope you'll like it! (Tutorial and stls in the comments)
    2 projects | | 4 Mar 2021
    Yes! You can use Corsair Lighting Protocol on an Arduino.
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