Don't know about preferred, but possibleWhat is the preferred method to have a variable output voltage from these types of chips?
I'd like to be able to vary the output from as close to 0 to the chips expected voltage out at
If you don't want the full 5 volts you don't have to crank the duty cycle of the PWM up to 100%. Don't you know that you cannot change the value of the voltage across a capacitor instantaneously?I probably should have said what the output is. The chip is putting out a set of times pulses. Variable/ min
I just don't want the full 5 volts
The TS has not said what else he wan'ts to do, and that is why we do not know what is or is not available. This is not uncommon in forum posts by newer users. It takes a while before they learn to include relevant information so the responses are as helpful as possible.What makes you think all six aren't?
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