Maybe some of you here have been developed the RGB LED PWM Controller before, but would you mind to try out the amazing PIC16F628 4 RGB LED PWM Controller?
If you’re always been a big fan of LEDs, the bright, colorful and flashing LEDs are going to light up your boring life!
Look on the above figure closely. Isn’t the PIC16F628 4 RGB LED PWM Controller sound like an interesting project to you?
Yep, the simple-to-use PIC16F628 microcontrollers would be the main electronic components, beside of the RS232 serial control, a built-in 4MHz oscillator and hardware USART.
There are some important features, which you must keep in mind during the designation:
The multiple intensities for each color (How to control the LEDs using PWM).
The multiple individually controllable RGB LEDs.
The ultimately high-speed update rate.
The Daisy-chainable and addressable features.
The very simple serial control by using RS232 serial control.
By the way, if you want to cut off the building cost, then you might want to consider the PCB printed, as it cost measly US$5 for each board! In this case, you have to buy four PCB boards, which are only cost US$20!
Have fun with this fun LEDs project…