Adjust an LED brightness with potentiometer | XOD Visual Programming



This video is related to Visual Programming Language For Microcontrollers. In this tutorial we will learn how to program the Arduino using blocks. We will set the brightness of LEDs with one potentiometer. We will use the XOD visual programming language for this. It is an ideal tutorial for beginners. If we turn the potentiometer knob, it will adjust the brightness of the LEDs. Depending on the angle of the knob, the pot node returns a value from 0.0 to 1.0 to the VAL pin, and that value is transferred to the LUM pins of all LED nodes. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Required Hardware Any Arduino Board Arduino Uno -- https://goo.gl/RcRmi1 Arduino Nano -- https://goo.gl/h6nzyC Arduino Mega -- https://goo.gl/PfP5p7 LED Set -- https://goo.gl/uKJ5XX Resistor Set -- https://goo.gl/uSYHGx Breadboard -- https://goo.gl/uvEhR1 Potentiometer -- https://goo.gl/E3MSuS Jumper Wires -- https://goo.gl/EGTafY Arduino Basic Starter Kit -- https://goo.gl/ZJ6jxV 2018 New Year Promotion -- https://goo.gl/dxQkWE ---------------------------------------------------------------- For the first tutorial you can watch the following video. https://youtu.be/zgu2ID9fzp8 ---------------------------------------------------------------- You can share any technical problem at https://forum.xod.io/. The team of XOD developers will respond to you very quickly and more accurately. XOD Official -- https://xod.io/ XOD Community -- https://forum.xod.io/.