NitroFlare Arduino Pulse Width Modulation

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    Lynda - Arduino Pulse Width Modulation
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    1h 16m Intermediate Sep 30, 2015

    Genre: eLearning | Language: English

    Width Modulation (PWM) is an essential skill for connecting Arduino microcontrollers to motors or lights, providing a way to approximate analog voltage levels with digital signals. Using PWM, you can control and program the brightness of lights and the speed of motors-bringing your projects to life. Join Rae Hoyt in this course and learn how to harness the power of PWM to drive digital circuits. She shows how to use the built-in PWM libraries and functions, troubleshoot code and hardware, and use analog input controls to drive servos, motors, and RGB LEDs. Take the practice challenges along the way to test your learning and see how far your Arduino skills are progressing.
    Topics include:
    Using basic PWM output
    Adjusting the brightness of LEDs
    Color mixing with RGB LEDs
    Using analog inputs to drive output
    Testing components with a multimeter
    Using the map function
    Debugging code efficiently with the serial monitor
    Controlling servos and motors
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