Working With RGB Using Arduino UNO in TinkerCAD Circuits

This project demonstrates working with RGB and Arduino in TinkerCAD circuits.

TinkerCAD circuits

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Step 1: Components Required

  • Arduino UNO (1 No.)
  • Breadboard (1 No.)
  • Resistor 1k ohm (3 No.)
  • RGB (1 No.)
  • Jumper wire (4 No.)

Step 2: Breadboard Diagram

Make the connections as shown in the figure above.

  • RGB: j25, j26, j27, j28
  • Resistor: f25 and d25
  • Resistor: f27 and d27
  • Resistor: f28 and d28

  • Jumper wire (red): PIN11 (Arduino) and a25 (breadboard)
  • Jumper wire (green): PIN10 (Arduino) and a27 (breadboard)
  • Jumper wire (blue): PIN9 (Arduino) and a28 (breadboard)
  • Jumper wire (black): h26 (breadboard) and GND

Step 3: Block Code

Create Block codes as shown in the figure

Step 4: Start Simulation

Click Start Simulation to see the action

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