jackandjohn

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  1. Successfully used this on an Orange Pi Zero with unsigned int nums = 2; unsigned int WpiPinsSelection[] = {8, 24}; Pin "24" corresponds to physical pin 26 as per this pinout guide:
  2. I've gotten the board up and running and on Wifi, but this is supposed to be a dim wifi 'lamp'. Just to start out: how do I connect the +- to the board How do I tell the board to power on the leds And for more advanced: Is it possibly to do voltage-limiting dimming as opposed to PWM If no: what's the best way to do PWM? (I'm perfectly fine with creating a c program that simply turns it on and off at a specified hz, but there may be a more elegant tool I'm not aware of) Thanks