Industrial version of neopixel LEDs?

Thread Starter


Joined Apr 22, 2020
Hi everyone,
I'm an Industrial Design Thesis student, and I'm actually developing a prototype that would be designed for a small batch; around 500 pieces.
What I am bothering is if I can use the lighting system of my prototype in an industrial reality as well.

The lights are an Adafruit Jewel 7 RGB LED Array ( ), and an Adafruit 16 RGB LED ring ( ).

If not, are there more "professional" versions of led arrays, still keeping the circle-disposition and multicolor lights?

Your friendly neighbourhood mate,


Joined Jan 29, 2010
hi Gio,
Welcome to AAC.
What would be the types of Industrial environments that you have in mind for the product, please define.

Thread Starter


Joined Apr 22, 2020
Hi Eric,
Let's say It would be for small robotic arms, the ones that can be placed on a desk. I don't know the specific Industrial environments, but consider the supply voltage of the total machine would be a range of 100 Vac-240 Vac.

Hope that helps.


Joined Jan 23, 2014
From what I remember, a lot of industrial sensors run at 24 V DC. Plausible industrial uses for LEDs could be as indicators on a control panel or machine. It's very reasonable for a desktop robotic arm to give visual warning when it's "live" and could potentially knock over a coffee cup or break your arm.