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Nano M4 GPIO2 Ports


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Greetings,

I can't seem to find any documentation on how to access the only PWM port on the Nano M4 which happens to reside on the 2nd set of pins. It's listed as GPIO2 and the PWM pin is pin 23 which they label as GPIO_C6/PWM1(3V).

 

SInce any documentation I find on GPIO has to do with the 40 pin port, how can I program the PWM using wiringPI-Python?

 

I wonder why Nano chose to disregard the other PWM pins that other Raspberry Pi type boards retained like the Asus Tinkerboard.

Or am I missing something? If so, can someone enlighten me as to how to access PWM on the Nano M4. Preferably using Python 3.

 

 

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Greetings,

I  just purchased the sata hat for the M4.

The site page for the HAT explain that the HAT uses GPIO2 pwm pin.

So obviously, the engineers who designed the HAT know how to program the GPIO2 pwm pin.

Would you guys be so kind as to share this knowledge?

 

I'm starting to get discourage with Friendly's  customer service. I've been asking for help on this matter for weeks now with no response.

 

Getting Discouraged

iomari

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