This coin-cell powered microcontroller runs three LEDs through button selectable light blinking sequences with smooth transitions. Use it to teach soldering, have a late night blinky party, or hack into your own creation.
The larger 3 watt RGB LEDs are very bright and colorful, but if you don't get the power just right - POOF! Now your RGB is R(nothin')B. The Star Controller tames this LED so you can power it up with 5 to 12V and use any regular 5V signal to control each channel.
The tinyCylon is a multi-mode LED Larson scanner kit with five LEDs that blink or glow in various patterns.
The Lux Spectralis is a deluxe RGB blinky that you can build, with over 30 flashing, blinking and glowing modes.