ARDUINO STROBE WITH ARDUINO UNO VERSION 1

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Introduction: ARDUINO STROBE WITH ARDUINO UNO VERSION 1

About: I love to do electronics projects, and also to share them

THIS IS MY FIRST INSTRUCTABLE SO I WILL PRESENT ARDUINO STROBE SO LETS START

Step 1: THE MATERIALS

1 ARDUINO

1 USB CABLE

4 LEDS

4 CABLE

1 PROTOBOARD

Step 2: THE CODE

void setup()

{ pinMode(13,OUTPUT); }

void loop() {

digitalWrite(13,HIGH);

delay(50);

digitalWrite(13,LOW);

delay(50);

digitalWrite(13,HIGH);

delay(50);

digitalWrite(13,LOW);

delay(50);

}

Step 3: THE CIRCUIT DESIGN (FRITZING)

THIS IS THE CIRCUIT THAT YOU NEED TO BUILD

Step 4: THE REAL CIRCUIT

THIS IS THE REAL CIRCUIT

WE ARE GOING TO USE THE NEXT PORTS

DIGITAL 13

GND

3.3 VOLTS

Step 5: PLUG TO YOUR COMPUTER

REMEMBER THAT YOU NEED TO PLUG IN THE PORT THAT YOU HAD SELECTED

Step 6: DOWNLOAD THE CODE

Step 7: SEE THE LEDS GLOW

CONGRATULATIONS YOU HAVE BUILDED AN ARDUINO STROBE THANKS FOR WATCHING

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    4 Comments

    Smart idea! I really like this project. Thanks for shearig :)

    I think you did great! For your first time, GJ. But I have to make a few suggestions,First of all you need resistors in this circuit! Even if you are using 3.3V. 100 ohm or so will work fine. And as domints stated, if you draw more than 40mA off any pin on the arduino and your could damage it or ruin it all together. Lastly your coding/Sketch in the Loop, from the 5th line and after , is defunct. It repeats the same commands as the first lines of Loop code. Basically it (your led project) will function the same without repeating those lines. The loop will loop doing the same so its pointless extra lines of code. Overall good job

    You shouldn't do it like this because of too high current on ATmega pin.

    Cool, I shall have to think about building it for my next dance party! Thanks for sharing!