RS: Set individual LEDs, EXP Bus Protocol Reference
Understanding EXP board addressing
This command is used with FAST Expansion and FAST Breakout Boards via a FAST Serial Protocol (FSP) connection to the EXP Bus. Please read the EXP Overview to understand the operation of these commands and addresses.
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This command is used to set individual RGB LEDs to a specific color. You can chain together multiple LEDs and colors in a single command.
Note that there is also a binary version of this command,
RD:, which might be more appropriate for your use case.
<LED_IDX> is one byte, the index (number) of the LED you're updating.
<RGB> is three bytes of RGB color data.
You can update more than one LED at a time with this command by putting commas between each LED.
For example, to update three LEDs:
- LED 01 - red (ff00ff)
- LED 24 - yellow (ffff00)
- LED 7A - blue (0000ff)
The command would look like this:
Breaking it down:
01FF00FFset LED 01 to FF00FF
24FFFF00set LED 24 to FFFFOO
7A0000FFset LED 7A to OOOOFF
<CR>at the end
If you have a global fade rate set (via a previously-sent
RF: command for the board the LEDs are attached to), then the LEDs will fade to that rate over the given time.
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