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September 30, 2016 AT 11:31 am

Color Switcher for Controlling RGB LEDs via Java

Thanks to Diego for sending this in – and for providing all the necessary code and instructions available here on GitHub.


 

If you want to make this first you need to have a java ide, i recoment eclipse since is the one i use and you need the arduino ide from the harware poin you also need any kind of arduino with serial usb communication as many RGB LED’s neopixel, i use this ones from adafruit , a ~470 ohm resistor and last if you have too many LED’s you may need 5v power supply for 32 LED’s you dont need one.


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