KY-009 RGB Full color LED SMD Module

KY-009 Description

RGB full color LED Module KY-009 for Arduino, emits a range of colors by mixing red, green, and blue light. The amount of each color is adjusted using PWM.

KY-009 Specifications

The KY-009 RGB Full Color LED SMD Module consists of a 5050 SMD LED, use with limiting resistors to prevent burnout. Compatible with popular electronics platforms like Arduino, Raspberry Pi and ESP8266.

Operating Voltage

5V max
Red 1.8V ~2.4V
Green 2.8V ~ 3.6V
Blue 2.8V ~ 3.6V

Forward Current20mA ~ 30mA
Operating Temperature-25°C to 85°C [-13°F ~ 185°F]
Dimensions 18.5mm x 15mm [0.728in x 0.591in]

KY-009 Connection Diagram

You need to use resistors to prevent burnout, check the 5050 LED SMD Datasheet on the downloads section for more info.

KY-009BreadboardArduino
R180Ω resistorPin 9
G110Ω resistorPin 10
B110Ω resistorPin 11
-GNDGND
Arduino KY-009 connection diagramclick to enlarge

KY-009 Example Code

The following Arduino sketch will cycle through various colors by changing the PWM value on each of the three primary colors.

int redpin = 11; //select the pin for the red LED
int bluepin =10; // select the pin for the  blue LED
int greenpin = 9;// select the pin for the green LED

int val;

void setup() {
  pinMode(redpin, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(bluepin, OUTPUT);
  pinMode(greenpin, OUTPUT);
  Serial.begin(9600);
}

void loop() 
{
  for(val = 255; val > 0; val--)
  {
    analogWrite(redpin, val);  //set PWM value for red
    analogWrite(bluepin, 255 - val); //set PWM value for blue
    analogWrite(greenpin, 128 - val); //set PWM value for green
    Serial.println(val); //print current value 
    delay(1); 
  }
  for(val = 0; val < 255; val++)
  {
    analogWrite(redpin, val);
    analogWrite(bluepin, 255 - val);
    analogWrite(greenpin, 128 - val);
    Serial.println(val);
    delay(1); 
  }
}

guest
3 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
adriano
adriano
4 years ago

I apologize, but better control I saw on sale there are models with the right RGB series at this point necessary to determine which module is using.
Do not consider my previous message!

Giovanni
Giovanni
Reply to  adriano
4 months ago

I confirm.
My module has wrong pin labels, as the Green pin is the one near – pin.
So, even if pins are labeled -RGB, mine are actually -GRB.

My advice is to put at least 220Ω before each pin at first use, to determine if your pins are labeled correctly, without risking to burn the led.

Last edited 4 months ago by Giovanni
adriano
adriano
4 years ago

HI great job, but I wanted indicate that the pins are not in the right order and not -RGB but -GRB. You can correct the component?