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RGB (Red, Blue and Green) LED (Light Emitting Diode).

RGB LEDs generally have four pins - one for each colour (Red, Green, and Blue) and a common cathode.

They are often used to provide three status indicators from a single LED, but the three colour pins can also be pulse-width-modulated to get mixed colours

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