POV (Persistence of Vision) – Open-Source Arduino Nano Hardware

POV (Persistence of Vision) – Open-Source Arduino Nano Hardware


This is an easy and simple hardware to create a POV display. The hardware consists of a Hall sensor, Arduino Nano, 17 x 5mm LEDS of various colors, etc. The Hall Sensor is connected to analog pin A5 with a pull-up resistor. The circuit works with 3.7V to 5V DC and a 3.7V battery is ideal to use. The user may use as many LEDS as required. This project can also be used to create many applications such as Bar-Graph display, LED light effects. A large 8.5 mm hole is provided to mount the motor coupling. Refer to the diagram for mounting the hall sensor, motor, and magnet.

POV (Persistence of Vision) – Open-Source Arduino Nano Hardware – [Link]

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