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Thanks for the instructable and your reply! I am still playing around with this!
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Interesting instructable! New to Arduino, but my understanding of the code would say that the three LED's stay low until they hit the incremental values of 20, 45 and 60. Do these increments need tailored to the user? Or is it normal that all the values that my device receives are too low for any of the LED's? My readings are averaging around 8 - 10 at rest, but never much more than that.
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