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No, you must use an aduino with EZB. The AI support bot gave you the awser.

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Yeah I figured that might be the case but was hoping there would be a way to do it straight from the ezb, thanks for the help


There’s a number of options that you can see in the AI bot’s response. Ideally there is probably a neopixel controller from adafruit, I imagine. And that would connect directly to any ezb


As a heads up, Adafruit uses all arduino or arduino-compatible products to drive neopixels. They developed the first arduino library to work with these type of LEDs and have stuck with it.

So either way you'll need to use an arduino, unless you want to build a Neopixel Blaster.