How To Make DIY Arduino RGB Led Strip Controller

How To Make DIY Arduino RGB Led Strip Controller

In this tutorial, you will learn How To Make DIY Arduino RGB Led Strip Controller.

Gerber File: 


Android Application: Click Here

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Parts List Use In This Video:

1) Arduino Nano
2) HC-05 Bluetooth Module
3) IRFZ44N Mosfet 
4) 1K Resistor
5) Female Header
6) Male Header
7) 2 Pin Screw PCB Terminal Block 

8)12 V 2A Adopter




Colour-changing RGB LED strip lights have the ability to produce any shade of any colour by mixing the primary colours red, green and blue, only limited by the sensitivity of the RGB controller you’re using. By combining all three colours equally, LED tape can also produce a pure white.

An LED strip light (also known as an LED tape or ribbon light) is a flexible circuit board populated by surface mounted light-emitting diodes (SMD LEDs) and other components that usually comes with an adhesive backing. Traditionally, strip lights had been used solely in accent lighting, backlighting, task lighting, and decorative lighting applications.

Increased luminous efficacy and higher-power SMDs have allowed LED strip lights to be used in applications such as high brightness task lighting, fluorescent and halogen lighting fixture replacements, indirect lighting applications, Ultra Violet inspection during manufacturing processes, set and costume design, and even growing plants.

How To Make This Project:

Fist Of All We Solder All These Components On RGB Controller PCB.Then We Flash Arduino Code.After Flasing Done We Will Plug 12V Adopter To Our Circuit Board Use RGB Colour Application To Select Any Colour.


Project Complete Video:

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