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July 13, 2009

4 RGB LED PWM Controller using PIC16F628

at 11:32 am. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


If you are looking for a new microcontroller project and like to play with LEDs this 4 RGB LED PWM Controller project might be for you. There is full documentation provided.

"The advantages include the built-in 4MHz oscillator, hardware USART, and ease of reprogramming.  A couple of features I had in mind during the design:

  1. Multiple intensities for each color (using PWM)
  2. Multiple individually controllable RGB LEDs
  3. High-speed update rate
  4. Daisy-chainable and addressable
  5. Simple serial control"


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5 Responses to “4 RGB LED PWM Controller using PIC16F628”

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  3. Mod cell Says:

    nice info, bro

  4. Ilde Says:

    Nice and compact, but i prefer the solution from Brilldea with the Propeller Chip,
    featured under:”Living room Led display”.

  5. Evandro Says:


    This propduto 4 RGB LED PWM Controller using PIC16F628.
    It is connected in parallel plate responds automatically.
    Well working with DMX software.
    ART special effects

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