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We tried flashing one LED, now it’s time to try not flashing multiple LEDs simultaneously, but with different light sequences. This circuit is also a nice setup to experiment with writing your own programs and to get a feel for how Arduino works.

Along with controlling the LEDs we start looking into a few simple programming methods to keep your programs small.

Hardware Used:

  • 5 – LED
  • 5 – 100 ohm Resistor
  • 1 – breadboard
  • Arduino Uno

You can buy all this Hardware at Createlabz.

Software Used:

Arduino IDE

Set up the Hardware:

Code:

Code Breakdown:

The code shown above is a function.

https://startingelectronics.org/software/arduino/learn-to-program-course/15-functions/

Other codes that was shown here were explained in the blinking LED and if you want to know more about functions just click the link. https://startingelectronics.org/software/arduino/learn-to-program-course/15-functions/

 

Try MORE!!!!!

Extra animations:

Tired of one animation? Try the other sample animations. Just remove the // and upload the program to your arduino and enjoy the new light! (note: In the loop, 3 must have the // so that it would work!)

Random
OneAtATime
PingPong

 

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