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Member Since: May 23, 2011

Country: United States



english, some java, and c++ from working with processing and arduino

  • the resistors are built in and it’s designed for 12v, so the current draw will depend on the number of LEDs on your string. if you’re using 1 segment with only 3 LEDs running it at it’s max current of 30 mA, that’s probably a max of 90 mA, there’s 60 LEDs per meter so upwards of 5400 mA or 5.4 A per meter assuming the resistors are set to run it at it’s max power

  • one thing im dieing 2 find is a pwm controller because im having trouble generating a pwm signal @ 25khz off of my arduino to control a 4 pin fan. any1 got any tips?

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