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RGB Led Module for boards compatible with Arduino

RGB Led Module for boards compatible with Arduino

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  • This is the RGB Led Module for boards compatible with Arduino
  • Rgb tricolor access the current limiting resistor to prevent burn out
  • The PWM modulator with three primary colors can be mixed in different colors
  • This comes with a variety of microcontroller interface
  • This RGB LED module is compatible with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and ESP8266.

RGB Led Module for boards compatible with Arduino

RGB LED module consists of a full-color LED made by R, G, B three-pin PWM voltage input can be adjusted. Primary colors (red/blue/green) strength in order to achieve a full-color mixing effect. Control of the module with the Arduino can be achieved with Cool lighting effects. The RGB Full Color LED SMD Module consists of a 5050 SMD LED, used with limiting resistors to prevent burnout and jumper wires for the connection. You can use breadboard for mounting. This RGB LED is compatible with popular electronics platforms like Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and ESP8266.

Connection Diagram:

Package Includes:

  • 1 x RGB LED module

Specifications:

Compatible Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and ESP8266
Dimensions  1 x 1 x 1cms 
Weight  5 grams

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1. What is an RGB LED module?

  • RGB LED modules can produce a wide range of light colours. They are made by encasing three red, green, and blue LEDs in a transparent or semitransparent plastic shell with four pins.

2. How does RGB module work?

  • An RGB LED is a combination of three LEDs in a single package: red, green, and blue; there are two types of RGB LEDs: common cathode RGB LEDs and common anode RGB LEDs; different colours are generated by adjusting the brightness of each of the RGB LED's three LEDs; to adjust the brightness of each LED, a PWM signal is used.

3. What is the use of RGB module?

  • The RGB module is used to generate various colours by combining the three primary colours, red, green, and blue. The output of the module is determined by the "RGB colour model," which states that we can create different shades of colour by mixing the primary colours in a specific proportion.

4. How do I connect RGB module to Arduino?

  • Follow the below given steps to connect RGB module to Arduino.
  1. Parts Needed : You will need the following parts:
    • A breadboard
    • An Arduino board
    • USB Cable
    • 4 Jumper Wires
    • The RGB LED module
  2. Connecting the Module
    • Connect the module to your breadboard by connecting four pins: one for common ground (GND) and one for each of the three basic colours - red, green, and blue.
    • The module's GND connects to the Arduino's GND.
  3. The following 3 pins are as follows:
  • Red (R)     -> Pin 8
  • Green (G) -> Pin 10
  • Blue (B)    -> Pin 12

5. What is RGB module Arduino?

  • RGB LED module consists of a full-color LED made by R, G, B three-pin PWM voltage input can be adjusted. Primary colors (red/blue/green) strength in order to achieve a full-color mixing effect.