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Spark Series

A 12V 4-Pin Compatible, WiFi connected controller

Introducing Spark

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Expandable I/O

High Current Mosfets

Support for 12V 4-Pin RGB Strips

Wi-Fi Compatible Microprocessor

Customizable LED Connector

The Spark Series Controllers are Glo's 4-Pin Compatible LED variant. Spark is designed to control 12V RGB Strips and other 4-Pin LED products.

Spark features a microprocessor with integrated WiFi, allowing for control via its app or a smart speaker. This processor is reprogrammable and features several I/O pins, allowing it to be modified or interfaced with external sensors or modules.

Spark is fitted with a standardized screw terminal connector and will ship with a Dupont LED adapter. This allows for strips of all types to be connected in indoor/rugged conditions

  • What LED strips do Glo support?
    Glo is capable of controlling WS2812B, SK6812, SMD 5050 and other 3-pin/4-pin LED strips (compatibility varies by model). Different models of Glo can control different types of LEDs, so make sure to check the product page for compatibility information!
  • What is included with Glo?
    Spark and Pixel models will ship with their respective power supplies. There will be an option to include an LED strip with your order.
  • What is the difference between 3 and 4 pin LEDs?
    3-Pin LEDs are addressable, meaning that each LED can have a different color. These LEDs generally run on 5V, meaning that they are not compatible with 12V controllers. 4-Pin LEDs are connected in parallel, meaning that one pin is dedicated for 12V, while the remaining 3 are used to turn on R, G, and B sectors on the strip. This means that all the LEDs will share the same color.
  • How do I reprogram my Glo?
    Glo can be connected to a computer using its USB port, and reprogrammed via the Arduino IDE. A more detailed guide will be posted shotly.
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