SetLedsB.m demo example.
Description: This example shows Engduino LEDs 'setLedsB' function call. Function takes an array of 16 variables each represent the colour correspond to the Engduino LED and another array of 16 variables each represent the corresponding LED brightness
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% Check if the Engduino object already exists. Otherwise initialize it. if (~exist('e', 'var')) % Create Engduino object and open COM port. You do not need to select % an active COM port, as it should be detected automatically. However, % in the case of unsuccessful connection, you may initialize Engduino % object with passing the active COM port. E.g. e = engduino('COM8'); % To open the 'Bluetooth' port you need to initialize the Engduino % object with the 'Bluetooth' keyword and your Bluetooth device name. % E.g. e = engduino('Bluetooth', 'HC-05'); Demo mode can be enabled by % initialize the Engduino object with 'demo' keyword. E.g. e = % engduino('demo'); e = engduino(); end
Set individual colours and brightness of the LEDs on Engduino
% Function 'setLedsB' takes vector of 16 values between [0-7]. Colours are % defined in engduino object as: % COLOR_RED = 0 % COLOR_GREEN = 1 % COLOR_BLUE = 2 % COLOR_YELLOW = 3 % COLOR_MAGENTA = 4 % COLOR_CYA = 5 % COLOR_WHITE = 6 % COLOR_OFF = 7 % % Brightness level from 0-15 e.setLedsB([0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7],[1,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15]);