How To Control LEDs Using Arduino IDE Code For Beginners - 6 Blinking Patterns To Get Started

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See how to control LEDs using the Arduino IDE code. I have included 6 blinking patterns and code for the Arduino beginner - A great way to get started!

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****If you watching this video, I assume you know how to navigate the IDE and you're looking for some fun LED patterns to get you started. If you are brand spanking new and need help getting IDE up and running... click the video link below! (after you subscribe, of course ????)****

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Just getting started? Not sure how to set up Arduino IDE? Get set up quickly by watching this step-by-step video -

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0:00 INTRO
0:28 components you will need
0:59 the setup + schematic
1:59 1st pattern - left trailing
2:53 2nd pattern - flowing
3:31 3rd pattern - add & subtract
4:12 4th pattern - right trailing
4:58 5th pattern - middle wave
5:39 6th pattern - Fading

=== led patterns for your amusement ===
As a beginner I set out to find LED blinking patterns that I could use with my elegoo mega microcontroller. I have included here, 6 patterns along with the Arduino IDE code for beginners. This video shows you how to control LEDS by using code in the IDE software. Just simply copy the code into your IDE and upload it to your board to get started. These are easy Arduino projects and completing them is a great way to get familiar with circuits and code. You could easily incorporate these LED circuits into a fun DIY Arduino project. The PWM pins are only needed for the Fade pattern and you could use many more LEDs with the Arduino Mega board because there are an absolute ton of digital pins on the board, as you can see.
Thanks for watching - I hope you have fun with your Arduino adventures~
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