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Ads / Reklamlar: Knight Rider Light with PWM
Contributed by teracon on Monday, March 27 @ 01:09:46 EST
Topic: Atelye
A knight rider light project which you can use in your robots, models or any other kind of work. The difference and improvement of the project over the many similar projects on the net is led driving with pulse width modulation (PWM). The power of each leds is arranged by the processor between %0 and %100 power. That makes the movement of the lights much more realistic and close to how the original lights of the car work. .



Source code and the videoclip of it while working is at the next page.

The project had been realised on a PIC16F870 but the source code should work on any pic with PORTB.


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