- Joined Jan 26, 2018
Hey guys, I'm in the process of making a low fuel light for my car and I'm having a bit of trouble with hysteresis. When the state switches and the led should be off it is still on, but dim. Removing R4 removes the problem, but obviously the hysteresis as well. Changing the value of R4 seems to change the brightness as well as the amount of hysteresis too, can you have too much hysteresis? I would like a bigger threshold so it doesn't blink too much under acceleration/cornering ect. I'm very new to this so and I'm just trying what I've been reading, so please be gentle. Is there a way to remedy this? Thanks!
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