What level shifter are you using ?
I wonder if we're sending enough end frame bits...
I can't see any limits in the led device code thy 1400 should be hitting.
The blank config file is weird tho - I wonder if the Pi has power...
The second option using a diode is much safer.
If you screw up your wiring on the 1st one you could easily kill your Pi
A stronger pull up resistor on the output of the mosfet level shifter might also help as it decreases the rise time.
The best method of comparison is an oscilloscope.
You could try a lower data rate - if your level shifter is a bit "slow" this might help
I think he misunderstood my reply.
The ws2813 led strip should work using the Hyperion ws2812_spi device driver.
Use an HCT not an HC.
The input outage thresholds on an HC end up being no better than most leds.
An HCT with a 5v supply has a minimum voltage...
Not breaking anything, just not working very well.
The rise time was very slow which limits the speed you can run it at.
HCT is my preferred option.
I've had poor experiences with mosfet level shifters
Or if it is truly exact, run then in parallel
Which led device type are you using ?
The ws2812b should work.
If it doesn't we can probably make it work
I'd skip the pi- I can't see it adding anything
How does USB or serial device access work in docker ?
The core will be fine - it already runs under windows10 Linux subsystem but the grabbers...
If you want to play with the latest hyperion.ng:
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