Adjust LED Brightness Using Potentiometer

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In the previous article, I showed you how to read the ADC value from a Potensometer using Arduino.

And this time I will take advantage of the reading from the ADC value.

That is adjusting the brightness of the LED.

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Step 1: Required Components

Components that need to be prepared :

Arduino Nano

Jumper Wire

Potentiometer

Resistor 1K

Blue LED

Project board

USB mini

Laptop

Step 2: Assemble All Components

See the picture above for the assembly guide,

Arduino to Component

A0 ==> 2. Potentiometer

GND ==> 1. Potentiometer & Katoda LED

+5V ==> 3. Potentiometer

D3 ==> Resistor series with leds

Step 3: Programming

Copy the code below to your sketch :

int LED = 3;

void setup() { pinMode(LED, OUTPUT); Serial.begin(9600); }

void loop() {

int sensorValue = analogRead(A0)/4; analogWrite(LED, sensorValue); }

sketch in the form of the original file, can be downloaded here:

Step 4: Result

See the video above to see the results.

When the potentiometer is rotated to the right, the led will be brighter.

When the potentiometer is rotated to the left, the LED will be dimmer.

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