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Request for help: LED Control module for and 5050smd strip
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here u can see my result: https://forum.magicmirror.builders/topic/6048/my-first-mirror-until-now/2
i used this tutorial: https://dordnung.de/raspberrypi-ledstrip/
its not a module for MM. But you can use Pigpio with an external script.
Just use the PIR or a button to turn on and off the lights.
in my case the PIR starts a script where it turns on the monitor and turn on the mosfets slowly.
For the PIR i used this:
#!/usr/bin/env python import sys import time import RPi.GPIO as io import subprocess import pigpio io.setmode(io.BCM) SHUTOFF_DELAY = 119 # seconds PIR_PIN = 25 # 22 on the board LED_PIN = 16 def main(): io.setup(PIR_PIN, io.IN) io.setup(LED_PIN, io.OUT) turned_off = False last_motion_time = time.time() while True: if io.input(PIR_PIN): last_motion_time = time.time() io.output(LED_PIN, io.LOW) print ".", sys.stdout.flush() if turned_off: turned_off = False turn_on() else: if not turned_off and time.time() > (last_motion_time + SHUTOFF_DELAY): turned_off = True turn_off() if not turned_off and time.time() > (last_motion_time + 1): io.output(LED_PIN, io.HIGH) time.sleep(.1) def turn_on(): subprocess.call("sh /home/pi/lights_on.sh", shell=True) def turn_off(): subprocess.call("sh /home/pi/lights_off.sh", shell=True) if __name__ == '__main__': try: main() except KeyboardInterrupt: io.cleanup()
And the script (lights_on and lights_off) which will be executed by detection looks like this:
sudo tvservice -p sleep 0.02 pigs p 17 1 pigs p 22 1 pigs p 24 1 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 2 pigs p 22 2 pigs p 24 2 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 3 pigs p 22 3 pigs p 24 3 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 4 pigs p 22 4 pigs p 24 4 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 5 pigs p 22 5 pigs p 24 5 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 6 pigs p 22 6 pigs p 24 5 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 7 pigs p 22 7 pigs p 24 6 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 8 pigs p 22 8 pigs p 24 7 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 9 pigs p 22 9 pigs p 24 8 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 10 pigs p 22 10 pigs p 24 9 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 11 pigs p 22 11 pigs p 24 10 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 12 pigs p 22 12 pigs p 24 11
pigs p 17 12 pigs p 22 12 pigs p 24 11 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 11 pigs p 22 11 pigs p 24 10 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 10 pigs p 22 10 pigs p 24 9 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 9 pigs p 22 9 pigs p 24 8 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 8 pigs p 22 8 pigs p 24 7 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 7 pigs p 22 7 pigs p 24 6 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 6 pigs p 22 6 pigs p 24 5 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 5 pigs p 22 5 pigs p 24 5 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 4 pigs p 22 4 pigs p 24 4 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 4 pigs p 22 4 pigs p 24 4 sleep 0.06s sudo tvservice -o pigs p 17 3 pigs p 22 3 pigs p 24 3 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 2 pigs p 22 2 pigs p 24 2 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 1 pigs p 22 1 pigs p 24 1 sleep 0.06s pigs p 17 0 pigs p 22 0 pigs p 24 0
So I’ve found another possibility to do everything I need, I found a website showing me how to setup a secondary web server to control the led strip, I’ve modified it to my specifications but I’m stuck on how to implement it into my mirror. I am able to view the webpage via my pi’s ip and port however the webpage won’t seem to work in an iframe module as I had hoped.