RGB LED Shield V1.4 Kit

This Arduino-compatible shield uses three TI TLC5940 PWM LED driver ships to drive a 4x4 array of RGB LEDs. Each color is controlled by a different chip so you can adjust the reference resistors for the appropriate current. This also includes mounting positions for for three general-purpose buttons that are connected to ground, and a reset button. The TLC5940 chips are not directly connected to any Arduino pins, but a header is provided for you to make a manual connection depending on the needs of your sketch.
                                          Assembled View
Parts List 
  • 16 common-anode RGB LEDs (LED11-LED44)
  • 3 TI TLC5940N LED driver ICs (IC1, IC2, IC3)
  • 3 28-pin DIP IC sockets
  • 3 2K ohm resistors (R1, R2, R3)
  • 1 10K ohm resistor (R4)
  • 2 1x8 female wirewrap headers
  • 2 1x6 female wirewrap headers
  • 1 2x5 male header
  • 1 2x4 male header
  • 1 1x2 male header
  • 6 jumpers for connecting adjacent pins
  • 4 Omron-style SPST momentary switches
  • 3 0.1uF ceramic capacitors
Note: This is a Un-assembled Kit, you need soldering skill to assemble it.
Commons License

HTINK RGB Shield 1.4 by Ben Combee is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.


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