Pulse Width Modulation Simulation
3V3) or off (
0V). If a Light Emitting Diode (led) is hooked on such a pin, it can only be on or off, with no value in between (nothing like "half-on")...
Renderingfield, you can possibly slow down the blinking cycle. A value of
1is supposed to look like the reality (see the warning above).
10, which would mean "10 times slower"), would allow you to "see" the led blink.
|Turn each led on or off|
|For each led, start or stop the pulse, with the values represented by the sliders at start.|
|- %||- %||- %||- %||For each led, PWM value used when pulsing|
|Frequence||Freq 60 Hz||For each led, PWM frequency to use for the pulse|
|Percent||PWM 50%||For each led, PWM pulse value to use for the pulse|
|Rendering speed 1 /||For each led, slow-motion factor to use when displaying the pulse. The bigger the slower.|
|Oliv did it||Oliv did it|