Need a 5th data line. I see “blade5Pin” mentioned here and there. What pad is that? I don’t see it listed on the configurator page? TIA
I am fairly certain Data5 was only on v1.5 boards.
Most people just use subblades, it’s often more convenient than 5+ data pins.
However, if you’re not using RX/TX for anything, you can use them as data pins.
In fact, on a V2 board, blade5Pin is RX and blade6Pin is TX.
spiLedSelect = -1,
spiLedClock = -1,
// Neopixel pins
bladePin = 16, // blade control, either WS2811 or PWM PA0
bladeIdentifyPin = 16, // blade identify input / FoC
blade2Pin = 1, // PB10
blade3Pin = 17, // PB3
blade4Pin = 0, // PA4
blade5Pin = 8, // PA15 (also UART)
blade6Pin = 9, // PA02 (also UART)
// Blade power control
bladePowerPin1 = 13, // blade power control PA1
bladePowerPin2 = 19, // blade power control PB8
bladePowerPin3 = 18, // blade power control PA8
bladePowerPin4 = 10, // blade power control PB3
bladePowerPin5 = 5, // blade power control PB15
bladePowerPin6 = 6, // blade power control PB0
Oh, and should you really need it, button pads can also be used for neopixel data.