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How to control RGB LED using Arduino Uno

RGB LED is the abbreviation of ‘’Red Green Blue Light Emitting Diode’’. RGB LED is the most amazing type of LED which has the ability to create millions of different shades of light colors using red, green, and blue colors.

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  1. gouthama@mudhands.com5 March 2020 at 05:29

    Hi
    I really appreciate your effort sharing knowledge

    I am an climatic responsive architect based in Bangalore i am a beginner in this platform I just need your help in deciding which board will be best buy to start
    Thanx

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