I went ahead and took apart the wiring that I created for the Pixels, With the batter or with USB Power I would get solid blinding white light. I went and moved one pixel so that I had 3.3 as opposed to VBATT with the battery pack and the pixel begin to cycle through the color test! It looks like having it hooped up to VBATT makes the pixels unhappy. there are only 7 of them in the design I am putting together
The way I had it wired was with a multi Stand 22 AWG For the positive wire (red) it was going from VBATT to each pixel in series, with two ends soldered on the (+) Marker. The same thing for the Ground wire. For the Center clock/bus wire I had wire soldered to each of the arrows. is this supposed to be one continuous piece? I am asking as I had one piece go to the bottom on the first pixel, then I cut individual pieces to "Chain" them together.
Is there a better wire or way to be doing this? Should I go with say a 26 AWG wire?
This is not something that is going to be sewn into a garment so I was staying away form the stainless steal thread, but if that is the best option I can go with that.