Originally posted by seng@Sep 16 2004, 10:23 PM
Anyone know how to using PIC and PWM to control LED brightness?
How to interface to PC and writing a software program to control LED brightness?
Is using assembly language or PicBasic?
Originally posted by vineethbs@Jan 24 2005, 09:19 PM
i hav dabbled arnd with pic16f84 for sometime , do u want some assembly code for doing pwm with 16f84 ? plz reply if u do
what i plan is this
u can input ur pattern (ie ur duty cycle etc on portb)
then that appears on one pin which can be used for driving the led
the pattern can be changed by an interrupt and then loading the new duty cycle etc ,interested ?
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