In this Tutorial, We are Going To Make How to Control RGB LED Wirelessly using ESP8266 ESP01
In this tutorial, we are going to control 1 watt RGB LED using the ESP8266 ESP01 WiFi module. You can use any Wi-Fi-enabled device to access the web interface to control this RGB LED. Watch the video at the bottom of this page.
Here we have created a simple webpage with esp8266 which has different color codes each color have a unique code for RGB (Red, Green & Blue) LED. RBG LED we used here is common Anode which means +ve of all LED's is common and LED glows from dark to light depending on the value received via webpage by the user.
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RGB LED Circuit
- Connect the final circuit as shown in the above diagram and power it up using a 5v battery or wall adapter.
- ESP module will boot up and the LED light will show a fade effect in all three colors at startup.
- Then open your device WiFi in discovery mode and you will see a new WiFi access point, named RGB in the discovery list.
- Connect that WiFi access point, Open any web browser on that device, and open IP address 192.168.1.1, that's it, you will see a colorful RGB control screen to control your wireless RGB LED.