ezOutput Library - Blink In Period Example

Hardware Required

1×Arduino UNO or Genuino UNO
1×USB 2.0 cable type A/B
1×220 ohm resistor
1×Jumper Wires
1×(Optional) 9V Power Adapter for Arduino
1×(Optional) Screw Terminal Block Shield for Arduino

One of the following breadboard:

1×Full-sized 830-Point Breadboard
1×Half-sized 400-point Breadboard
1×Mini-sized 170-point Breadboard
1×All-sized Breadboard Kit
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About LED

About ezOutput Library

Wiring Diagram

Arduino Output Library Wiring Diagram

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Arduino Code

Quick Steps

  • Install ezOutput library. See How To
  • Connect Arduino to PC via USB cable
  • Open Arduino IDE, select the right board and port
  • On Arduino IDE, Go to File Examples ezOutput 07.BlinkInPeriod example
/* * Created by ArduinoGetStarted.com * * This example code is in the public domain * * Tutorial page: https://arduinogetstarted.com/tutorials/arduino-output-library * * This example blinks LED: * + blink 10 times (5 times OFF->ON, 5 times ON->OFF, interleavedly) * + without using delay() function. This is a non-blocking example */ #include <ezOutput.h> // ezOutput library ezOutput led(9); // create ezOutput object that attach to pin 9; void setup() { led.blink(250, 500, 0, 10); // 500 milliseconds ON, 250 milliseconds OFF, start immidiately, blink 10 times (5 times OFF->ON, 5 times ON->OFF, interleavedly) } void loop() { led.loop(); // MUST call the led.loop() function in loop() }
  • Click Upload button on Arduino IDE to upload code to Arduino
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  • See LED's state

Code Explanation

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