If you want to build your own multiple RGB LED display that you can control from either a PC resistor colour code table pdf a dedicated controller then this project will let you do just that. The project on this page came about when while I was developing a more complex intelligent driver. Blue Pulse Width Modulation LED driver that has a serial interface. The RGB values to control the LED brightness are sent to the PWM driver over this serial interface.
With both the original and revised versions of the RGB PWM driver there was one big shortcoming when you want to have several drivers working together. Even when they’re running the same sequence, the small differences in the frequency of the internal RC oscillator cause some to run the sequence slightly faster, others slower. The result, well sometimes it’s quite effective, but mostly it just looks awful. The serial data can be sent from the serial COM port of a PC or using a small dedicated controller that I’ve put together. The Controller code is based on the standalone RGB driver code described elsewhere on this website. The pictures below show an RGB Driver placed inside a 6″ opal glass light fitting. When the LED driver is fitted in the base it illuminates the whole globe.
Because most 5mm LEDs have quite a narrow viewing angle you tend to got ‘hot spots’ in the top but overall it’s very effective and makes for great mood lighting. Back to the RGB LED Driver. The serial frame format is 1 start bit, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit. RS232 devices, including the PC COM port, always generate a start bit so when you look at the serial port parameters in Windows you won’t see it as an option.
Use 8N1 for the COM port settings. The RGB values for the PWM driver are sent in a five frame packet. The next three frames contain the 8-bit Red, Green and Blue data for the PWM driver. The last frame is the checksum. It should contain the 2’s compliment of the sum of the previous four frames, modulo 256.
The code snippet below shows the checksum computation in PIC assembler. The Serial RGB Controller will take care of all this for you. However, if you write an application to generate the data from a PC the application itself will need to take care of this. During development of the Driver I put together a couple of short Perl scripts for testing purposes. The first one takes user entered RGB values and sends them through the PC serial port to the driver.
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