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RGB LED Controller with the PIC 16F877 micro [Project]
posted November 12 2014 19:14.28 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This one will come handy quite soon because i prepare an RGB PIC controller for my kitchen counter lights, and you know, i can always get ideas... This project uses the PIC 16F877. 8 buttons are used to increase and decrease the 4 basic values, R, G, B and brightness. Its just a simple LED controller but as i said, ideas are always for good.





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  • At 13 November 2014, 12:23:18 user Matthew Troth wrote:   [reply @ Matthew Troth]
    • thanks for reposting my video, i hope it helps you all out :) i have recently taken the outputs from the chip and put that in to some MOSFETS to control some led strip and is working well. Check out my channel for other pic related videos :)

      thanks,
      matt












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