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Published: 13/07/2022 (3 weeks ago)


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LED Control Crack

• Excellent compatibility with Windows XP, 7, 8 and 10
• A simple and intuitive user interface
• Intuitive auto mode for easy control
• Supports 32-bit or 64-bit environment,.NET Framework is required for operating properly
• Target platform: ARM
• Download size: 159.82 MB
Controlling RGBW leds with Arduino and libusb
If you’re interested in controlling RGBW leds or RGB LED strips with the aid of Arduino and libusb, you can try LED Control.
It’s a standalone.NET application that works with Windows and requires the.NET Framework to run. This software works with RGB, white, RGBW, and RGBCY/BCYW leds and it’s compatible with Windows XP, 7, 8 and 10.
Like mentioned, it requires.NET Framework, even if it is built using a.NET legacy technology (Mono) and doesn’t need specific installations.
It is also compatible with Arduino. The version of LED Control working with Arduino is the latest available, including a wizard to help you get started easily.
Basically, you have to do two things, set up your Arduino microcontroller and run LED Control.
Setting up Arduino with libusb
Setting up Arduino doesn’t take long and it’s easy if you follow the documentation given with the software, in the information window as well as in the installation wizard.
LED Control settings
Using LED Control is intuitive and it only consists of setting up the LED leds.
• To set up colors, you have to define the baseline color and the color to be faded. To do this, you can adjust the red, green, and blue channels through the software’s user interface.
• If you wish to set the fading speed, just adjust the value of the FP1_CYAN slider.
• If you wish to set the brightness, just adjust the value of the FP1_YELLOW slider.
• To enable the automatic mode, you just need to give the two parameters for color, fading speed and brightness.
Following the wizard’s steps is easy since all you have to do is follow the instructions on-screen. In the end, you’ll get the RGBW leds ready to be controlled by LED Control.
Controlling RGBW leds with Arduino and libusb
Now that all the settings are done, you can connect your Arduino with your PC. Make sure to connect the Arduino’s serial ports (TXD

LED Control

From the developer:

LED Control is a simple-to-use piece of software developed to help you control RGB LED lights. It’s based on the libusb library and custom HID examples of the V-USB library, made by OBDEV and used for AVR microcontrollers.

It’s intended for people who don’t know much about Arduino, microcontroller, or electronics and who don’t want to learn to do all of that. The goal of this program is to make it as easy as possible for you to control the RGB colors of your LED’s, and to do that we use a custom interface with easy to understand functions, and without all of the geeky settings and more. This is a great “get to know Arduino” project because:

1) It’s trivial to set up and use!

2) You can control any colors you want (not just an 8-bit color scheme, which is the case for most of the LED’s on the market)

3) The time you spend on learning this program is time well spent because you can “pretty much do it yourself”, and it teaches you how to use the computer and what the basics of the Arduino programming environment are.

The program takes care of everything for you, you just have to connect the RGB LED’s to your PC and turn the lights on. You can also use a remote control to control the lights if you have a V-USB dongle.
This tool does not use any of the Arduino functions so everything you learn will stay there. You’ll also have the option to control multiple LED’s, which will no doubt come in very useful to some people. You’ll learn how to send commands to your PC, how to output serial data, how to blink LEDs, and you’ll learn a lot about how Arduino and the computer work.

I hope that this tool will also be a good learning tool for you and may even be able to give you a great head start in learning Arduino and other programming languages.
Please remember that this program is completely free but you can pay for a version with more features like the option to control multiple LED’s at once. You can pay for the full version here:

You can view the features in more detail and download a demo from this page:

The source code is on the GitHub repository linked to above. To view the source code, you’ll need

LED Control

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Package Contents:

LED Control


RGB LED Color Control
LED intensity control
Automated (On/Off) control

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What’s New In LED Control?

Description: LED Control is a simple-to-use piece of software designed to help you control RGB LED lights. It’s based on the libusb library and custom HID examples of the V-USB library, made by OBDEV and used for AVR microcontrollers.
Requires.NET Framework to work properly
Setting up this tool doesn’t take long but make sure to have.NET Framework installed on your PC because it cannot work without it, since it was developed using this software framework.
Also, it might be necessary to start the utility with administrative rights to avoid errors.
The main app window has a plain look and neatly structured layout, where you can play with colors by adjusting the red, green and blue channels by moving sliders.
Adjust the RGB channels or configure auto mode settings
The color you obtained can be previewed in a small area. Furthermore, you can explore the Windows color dialog to pick another color and set it as the baseline for the RGB adjustments.
There’s also the possibility to opt for automatic mode, where you just have to tweak the fading speed, ranging from faster to slower, as well as the brightness level, ranging from darker to brighter. Either the manual or automatic mode can be activated with the click of a button.
Compatibility issues with Windows 10
Unfortunately, we’ve come across compatibility issues with Windows 10 during our evaluation. LED Control kept popping errors and we failed in our attempts to find a workaround, even when trying the system compatibility troubleshooter. This is probably because it hasn’t been updated for a long time.
Nevertheless, it worked smoothly on older Windows editions. Therefore, you can use LED Control if you’re interested in controlling RGB LED lights with the aid of a user-friendly interface and approachable options for manual and automatic mode.

Library: V-USB

Author: Justin Lamothe, Andreas Lange



V-USB library, the source code of which is available for download and under GPL license


Simple and user-friendly interface

Fully customizable

RGB control

Auto mode control

Available for Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8


When running the software in Auto mode, please make sure to have.NET Framework installed on your PC

It’s not recommended to run this software in Windows 10

Future development

The aim of the project is to develop this software further, but there’s not

System Requirements For LED Control:

OS: Windows 7
Processor: 2 GHz AMD CPU
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GTX 460, AMD HD 4670
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: At least 8 GB of available space
Processor: 3 GHz AMD CPU
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Nvidia GTX 560, AMD HD 6970
Storage: At least 12 GB of available space
Additional Notes: