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## Description

The MQTT RGB LedPanel is made my tree main parts:

* A RGB panel composed by 1024 RGB leds ordered in 32x32 grid on a black PCB of 19x19 cm size. This part usually is made by a Chinese company called <a href="" target="_blank">LINSN</a>
* An [Arietta G25](/arietta) Linux module complete with a [WiFi module](/WIFI-2)
* A 4A 5VDC wall adapter

<img class="img-responsive center-block" width="70%" src="./ledrgb_parts.jpg"> 

All the parts can be fixed inside a cheap and elegant 
[IKEA RIBBA photo frame]( as shown below:

<img class="img-responsive center-block" width="50%" src="./ledpanel_ribba.jpg">

##Getting started

Insert the microSD provided with the MQTT LedPanel kit inside your PC. The first partition is formatted 
in FAT32 so you can access to it on any OS (Windows, Linux or OSX).

Edit the file __wpa_supplicant.conf__  using and ASCII editor like Nodepad, Nodepad++, Wrangler, gedit, etc.

<a class="btn btn-default" href="" target="_blank">What is FAT32 ?</a>
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Insert the name of your WiFi access point and the password to get the access:

<pre class="terminal">
    ssid="<font color='red'>your access point name</font>"
    psk="<font color='red'>password</font>"

    proto=WPA RSN
    pairwise=CCMP TKIP
    group=CCMP TKIP

then save it, unmount the microSD and use it to boot your LedPanel.

Turn-on the LedPanel and wait. After about 1 minute will appear the mac address on the RGB panel.