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Member #559931

Member Since: June 3, 2014

Country: United States

  • When my son attempted to do this experiment, it appears there is not enough power to drive the motor. I tested by sending a signal in Setup directly to Analog#3 and also a HIGH to Digital#4. If I set A3 to 0; the D4 light lights. If I set A3 to 50, the light dims noticeably (almost to nothing) and the motor hums receiving power but not enough to drive it. Any higher setting then that and the light simply goes out.

    In the actual experiment, the serial printout gets corrupted after entering a value (where it is supposed to print the speed value it is set to). The motor does not drive. I did the above test to verify if the basics worked and they did not appear to. Any suggestions on how best to proceed? I also did verify that the serial is set for 9600.

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