Which delay should I get boss DD-7 or MXR Carbon Copy?

The cost the same. The Carbon Copy is analog, and the dd-7 is digital.

Asked by oweng4000 9 years ago


how to make an RC delay to led (not flashing) ? Answered

How to make an RC delay to led (not flashing) ? i have 3 leds and i want them to light up in sequence once they are powered and they keep lighting without flashing for example second 0 > 1 0 0 second 1 > 1 1 0 second 2 > 1 1 1

Asked by aessam1 7 years ago


ps2 delay in robot control

Hi, im a robotics enthusiast. i have managed to integrate a ps2 controller to control a 2 wheel drive motor. im using Atmega8535 microC. however one problem that i encounter is that the robot has delayed response. ie: when a button is pressed on the ps2 controller, the robot needs some time before it reacts to the command. please gv some suggestions and advice. thnx.

Asked by dck 9 years ago


premium membership

How long to activate after purchase?

Posted by wmasi 7 months ago


Something is causing a delay when I switch pages

When I switch pages in answers there is a 7 second delay.  I'm using Firefox 3.62 and it does this on two systems running on different providers. If I go to a question page the page comes up and I don't have control of the cursor for 7 seconds.  The only error message I've been able to see said there was a script that was not finished.  I've checked for virus and malware.  When I go back to the main questions page the same thing happens. Does instructables have a broken script?

Posted by Re-design 8 years ago


instructable not posted

I tried to post an instructable over a week ago and its still not showing up anywhere on instructables.

Posted by budsiskos 10 years ago


DELAY MY RADIO!

I love baseball.  I want to watch the World Series on TV, but I don't want to listen to the TV announcers.  I want to listen to the radio broadcast instead.*  Problem is, the "live" TV arrives 1-2 seconds after the radio.  Which means I hear about the deep flyball to left before I see it. And that takes the fun out of watching the game. So, I'm wondering if I can add an adjustable delay to the sound from my radio, to sync up with the picture.  I can sacrifice a boom box or other radio for this if nec. Or some other solution? (I can record both and sync 'em up later using video editing software, but that's not practical). * for baseball fans:  it's the choice between the Buck/McCarver team (perfectly boring & perfectly obnoxious) and Jon Miller/Joe Morgan radio team (passionate and fun).

Asked by willz 7 years ago



In a dark corner

What do you do when you publish an Instructable that would be helpful to many, but its posting is delayed several days. When it finally appears, there are five pages of newer Instructables and no one ever finds yours in the "Recent" listings? Do you unpublish and republish it, hoping it will get moved to the front of the pile? Does that even work? Do you shamelessly make comments leading others to it in previously published Instructables that are still gathering some hits? Do you just wait until people discover it somehow through using Randomizer and a link or two on Google?

Posted by Phil B 9 years ago


setting a delay on an Arduino code for a servo? Answered

I want to set a delay on a servo to take a couple seconds to run 180 degrees. it is probably really easy but i can't seem to figure it out. Please write a code or any advise would be great!

Asked by connoboarder 6 years ago


DC time delay? Answered

Here's the situation-I close a switch completing a circuit,providing DC power to a load(6 volt,0.1 A).But I do not need the load to start functioning as soon as the switch is closed i.e,only after a delay of say..30 seconds.I googled for "Time delay circuits" but the ones I got were either dealing with AC or the transistor -capacitor(Time Constant) based circuits that makes a load function for a preset time after the circuit switch is opened.I think I could achieve this "pre-delay"  with elements such as transistors,resistors,capacitors etc. but I can't figure out how.Please suggest possible circuits that can be used to achieve my purpose.

Asked by Adarsh_tronix 5 years ago


Long (ten hour) delay between writing an answer and seeing "Answer: 1" in list

Yesterday evening (at 10:42) I answered the question shown below. This morning at 8:20 the list of questions still claims the question is unanswered. The database usually isn't this slow to update.

Posted by kelseymh 9 years ago


Just submitted an Instructable....Where is it?

Hi there,  I just submitted my first instructable and I can't find it when I search.   Is there a delay until it becomes available?

Posted by w1se 5 years ago


How do I add a delay start to my 555 chip in astable mode?

Hi all, My goal is to turn 3 bulbs on in a series. i.e. 0 min - B1 on 3 min - B1 still on, B2 on 5 min - B1 off, B2 on 7 min - B1 on, B2 off, B3 on I have decided to use 3 555 chips. May I know how can I add a delay such that their switching on and off are staggered? thanks!

Asked by pantss 6 years ago


One shot delay timer switch without a microcontroller?

How do you output a single short pulse in an electronic  circuit after a specific period of time has elapsed after the circuit is powered on such that when the circuit is powered on, the output remains zero for x seconds then it becomes +5 V just once for y seconds then again back to zero for the remaining time much like monostable mode of 555 timer except that the pulse here is output in the middle i.e. 0v-5v-0v. Can this be done without a microcontroller?

Posted by raftor 4 years ago


What is the best way to add latency to audio? Answered

Hey all. I am doing a small project where I need to take the input of a microphone and play the audio back out again after a 10ms delay. I was thinking of using an Arduino, but then stumbled upon the PT2399, but it seems more for reverb and echo, not just adding latency. I do not want any kind of guitar effects or anything like that, just a delayed output. What is my best option? I'm also looking for suggestions other than the PT2399 and Arduino. Thanks

Asked by rab236 5 years ago


Ible delayed posting no longer new.

If you have an ible delayed of being posted for who knows what reason. When it gets posted it gets posted in the spot that it would of been  originally. Example, on 6/1 i published 3 ibles in one day. One posted in 10 minutes. The other 2 posted on 6/4. Now the two late posts do not get put at the top with the new ibles, no it gets put in at the date it was first submitted. My variable voltage supply took 6 days to post. So to find it you have to go through many pages of ibles to locate it. IT does not get posted as the newest ible. I had sent a msg to service@instructables but never did get a real person.    If peoples ibles are delayed for some flagging issue or what ever it would be nice to know what to avoid in the future. I have gotten a tip on some issues that may trip the filters, short keywords, not common or unrecognizable keywords. Such as eek. In msg or forums delays maybe from short question with active links.. These are tips are from someone that has been observing these things and are not a locked in rule.   Altho these are somewhat of gripes it is not anything that will stop me from posting ibles. I realy gain from Instructables. Before i joined here i never heard of Arduino now i am writing small sketches and manipulating larger ones.

Posted by WWC 5 years ago


Arduino seeing only one button input and ingoring the rest without delay?

Heya! I'm making a project that involves precision timing but I ran into a problem. I when I press a button the Arduino registers many '1's'. But in my code I want it to only see the first input and ignore the rest until the pin goes low again. I'm not trying to debounce or anything. Thanks!

Posted by HavocRC 4 years ago


Spamming Filters plugged.

Seems the spamming filters have been turned up pretty high and more that usual is getting caught causing that DELAY in posting weather it be an ible of post ect. Filtering spam is good of course but geez, i made a comment in the forums of a current bug problem and guess what my comment is not there . I can only say it is because of the filters. Maybe my comment will appear after the relevance of the topic is over. There needs to be a filter list added that puts the known non spammers into. The people that are submitting ibles and or comments that are not spam. You go ahead and make this secret like it is now so people won't complain about who's on it or not. The people that are your supporters should be in the Good Filter, let there ibles and comments submit without delay. So i am in favor of a GOOD FILTER list. I hope my forum topic gets published in time so as to still be relevant.   

Posted by WWC 5 years ago


I won a contest more than a month ago. Is my prize on its way?

Hello I won the Sodastream party food contest one month ago, and received my instructables prize pack shortly after, but the main prize (a Sodastream Penguin) has not arrived. Is it still coming? :sniffle Thanks

Posted by Bindlestiff 7 years ago


Slideshow still not showing up

So, it's been over a day and I'm still not seeing my slideshow. It's not my cache. My question is, how long does this normally take? I was hoping it would be up by the time it was approved, but obviously it wasn't. I've had over 500 views but I'm afraid none have actually seen anything. https://www.instructables.com/id/Nomad-Bookshelves-Desk/

Posted by WhyIsThisOpen 8 years ago


Slideshow Delay

When I edit a slide show it takes about a day to show the new pictures. Is this normal?

Posted by Wafflicious 9 years ago


I need to make a 7-12 second delay timer, how?!?

For my delay timer, i will need to be able to turn the POWER on/off and activate the timer with a button press. i only dont wanna have to turn the power on/off to reset it. So, i'd have a power switch, and a timer activate/reactivate button. It will activate a reed relay. THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!

Asked by sci4me 8 years ago


Prize Shipment Delays

Hi everyone! If you have won a contest in the past month or will win a contest in the next month or so, there might be a slight delay in shipping your prizes out.  You might have noticed that we are hiring a shipping clerk, that's because we need one!  We are a little understaffed at the moment and we are shipping out for prizes as fast as we can, but unfortunately we are only human! Thanks for understanding!

Posted by Danger is my middle name 3 years ago


Delay before each led lights ?

I'm using: 12V supply, 3mm or maybe 5mm blue leds 3.1v (20mA) (288 pcs) 470ohm(?) resistors(288pcs) I want one led to light and stay lit, then I need a 6 hundredths of a second delay before 2nd led lights and stays lit then delay and  third light, and so on, and so on. All lights to remain on  as it goes... and until completed... then all off in order to begin a new cycle. (Approximate cycle time is 20 sec to light all 288 leds) Trying to create the illusion of handwriting with leds.What capacitors and other resistors do I need to cause the delays?  Wiring diagram plz. I'm a newbie. What size Fuse and its location? Thanks for not slapping me around to much. And thanks for helping.

Asked by brasshinge 6 months ago


delay when posting new instructable

I was just wondering since this has happened quite a few times recently (and didn't occur in the past): when posting a new instructable, it can now take up to a day or so, until it shows up in the "recent instructables" list and gets any views. why is that? is that some kind of new spam-prevention engine or something similar? oddly, it doesn't happen with all the instructables and also the delay isn't always the same....

Posted by sursula 3 years ago


Delay for a timed switch?

Hi, I wont explain my purposes(maybe in an instructible if i get a good answer) but I need a simple(as in, requiring very few parts) schematic for a 555 timer. I need a setup where i have a battery, connected to a switch(the kind that you push, and it closes the circuit, then you push again, and it opens the circuit. I forget what its called) that goes to a 555 set to delay for 10 seconds. After the 10 seconds is up, it allows the electricity to go through. Anyone understand? If needed, I can upload a pic of what I need.

Posted by metrogdor22 7 years ago


Light circuit that flashes an LED once when a light is detected? Answered

I'm kinda a new to circuits and i would really like your help guys! I'm trying to create a circuit that flashes an LED once if light is detected. I also want it with a 2-3secs delay which means after the LED flashes once the circuit turns off for 2-3secs (even if light was detected after the led flashes it will not flash again until after 2-3secs). Can i use a 555 timer to do so...and if yes how is the setup.

Asked by iA2K 4 years ago


Two DPDT switches with timing for one motor Answered

Hi, I have a motor (12V DC) that I need to be able to operate both backwards and forwards from two locations. The simple way is to connect it with two DPDT switches with momentary on in each end and off in the middle, i.e. also called (on)-off-(on). The reason for using momentary switches is that there would otherwise be a risk of short circuiting if one of the switches are left in on-position. However, I almost always need the motor to go to preset limits in both directions which takes a couple of minutes (the limits are built-in functions in the motor, so no need to set those). So I was wondering if there was a cheap and easy way of inserting a kind of timer or similar that would only leave the connection on for a couple of minutes only (and yes, there would still be a risk of short circuiting within those two minutes, but it would be unlikely to happen)? Or perhaps there is an even simpler way of doing it? Any ideas would be welcome. In (the likely) case the above is not clear, perhaps this will help: I need it to operate a curtain, i.e. moving the curtain up and down, but I need to be able to do that from two different locations. Preferably it would be good if I could also stop the engine somewhere in the middle - as I would be able to do with a switch simply be releasing it. The best/cheapest/easiest way would, I think, be to have two DPDT switches with a spring or something with a couple of minutes delay, i.e. if it is left in the on-position for more than two minutes it would automatically spring back. But such a thing seems not to exist... or? Would be grateful for any inputs. Erik

Asked by eriktoft 6 years ago


Time delay LED

I have something I want to make, but I don't know what I need, how to make it, or what it would be called. Essentially I would like to have a few LEDs on a programmable/resettable timer. I.E. One LED would be programmed to say 3 minutes, 30 seconds from the 3 minute mark it would slowly start to light up then flash when it hits the mark. I would also like to be able to start/stop and reset the timer. I need a couple of them, and wiring the LEDs are simple enough, it's the time delay that's throwing me. Any assistance would be great.

Posted by nolan.vines 8 years ago


off relay with delay on timer

Hello smart people! I need to pick your collective brain. The project that I am working on is on my car. I am replacing the front turn signals on my car with an LED strip. The led strip has three wires. One for ground, one for white LEDs, and one for the amber LEDs. If it is just directly connected to the current incandescent bulbs, the white comes on as a running light. When the turn signal comes on, the lights flash white, amber, white, amber..... (not what I want) What I want it to do is turn off the white while the amber flashes, then turn the white back on. I have a delay on relay, but that won't quite work for what I am trying to do. Isn't there a way to just throw a cap and resistor to keep the voltage on a relay to keep the white off till the amber is done flashing?

Asked by DanielB93 2 years ago


Delay washing machine start!

Hello, I love this place and I love making things and living cheaply. However Im stuck. I have just moved into a rented property with a brand new standard Bosh washing machine. I have a baby and lots of laundry! The house is on Economy 7, so electricty is waaaay cheaper from midnight till 6am. I need to delay the start on the washing machine until say 3am so that I can bring the bills down. Please note: The machine has no memory so I cant use a timer plug (tried) To start the program you have to touch (press & release - blu tack didnt work!) the start button No I cant stay up that late every night! Help! Basically I need a simple, discreet, failsafe idea for something to touch the start button at a preset time or say 3 hours after I ask it. Ideas extremely welcome. Dean.

Posted by dean_wales 8 years ago


Converting delay to millis.? need help !!!! Answered

/* * Hi Everyone.  I am just starting with Arduino uno. I was wondering if you could help me? I would like to replace "delay" with  "millis()"   My Project Out Line. *  "LED Light" On/Off with delay using "Relay Module" and "Bluetooth Hc-05" *   working fine with "delay sketch" but I cannot schedule 2 Events at the same time. *   So remodifing sketch using "Millis" *   original sketch link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1GpPH8rG_bR2Vp282nv7kyB1Zwa0shtpDcAj3-_txnxE/pub   what will happen is when I send a command A to H the relay will be switched on and if I send a to h the relay will be switched off.   I have programmed it so that   A is relay one on (latched)   B is relay two on (latched)   C is relay one on for 30 Minutes   D is relay two on for 1 Hr   E is relay one on for 2 Hrs   F is relay two on for 5 Hrs   G is relay one on for 1 second, then relay two on then both off   H will switch relay one on and off for 1000 times   the relays switch on when the digital pin is grounded. and the relay switches off when the digital pin goes high   here is the code */ //========================================== // On and Off Times (as int, max=32secs) const unsigned int onTime = 1000; const unsigned int offTime = 500; // Tracks the last time event fired unsigned long previousMillis = 0; // Interval is how long we wait int interval = onTime; // Used to track if LED should be on or off boolean LED2state = true; //========================================== char val;         // variable to receive data from the serial port int ledpin = 2;  // LED connected to pin 2 (on-board LED) const int LED = 13; //  ####### Setup ####### void setup() {   pinMode(ledpin = 2, OUTPUT); // pin 2 (on-board LED) as OUTPUT   pinMode(ledpin = 3, OUTPUT); // pin 3 (on-board LED) as OUTPUT   Serial.begin(9600);       // start serial communication at 115200bps   pinMode(LED, OUTPUT); } //  ####### loop ####### void loop() {   if ( Serial.available() )      // if data is available to read   {     ;   }   val = Serial.read();         // read it and store it in 'val'   //  #####  Simple LED ON/OFF with out Delay #####   if ( val == 'a' )              // if 'a' was received led 2 is switched off   {     digitalWrite(ledpin = 2, HIGH);    // turn Off pin 2   }   if ( val == 'A' )              // if 'A' was received led 2 on   {     digitalWrite(ledpin = 2, LOW);  // turn ON pin 2   }   if ( val == 'b' )              // if 'b' was received led 3 is switched off   {     digitalWrite(ledpin = 3, HIGH);    // turn Off pin 3   }   if ( val == 'B' )              // if 'B' was received led 3 on   {     digitalWrite(ledpin = 3, LOW);  // turn ON pin 3   } //else (ledpin = 3, LOW)        //set led pin 3 to low state   // Need Help   //  #####  Simple LED ON/OFF with Delay using Millis #####   if ( val == 'C' )              // if 'C' was received led 2 on for 30 Minutes   {     digitalWrite(ledpin = 2, LOW);  // turn ON pin 2     // Grab snapshot of current time, this keeps all timing     // consistent, regardless of how much code is inside the next if-statement     unsigned long currentMillis = millis();     // Compare to previous capture to see if enough time has passed     ((unsigned long)(currentMillis - previousMillis) >= interval); {       // Change wait interval, based on current LED state       if (LED2state) {         // LED is currently on, set time to stay off         interval = offTime;       } else {         // LED is currently off, set time to stay on         interval = onTime;       }       // Toggle the LED's state, Fancy, eh!?       LED2state = !(LED2state);       // Save the current time to compare "later"       previousMillis = currentMillis;       // wait 30 Minutes       digitalWrite(ledpin, HIGH);      // turn Off pin 2     }   } } //Thanks in advance  //Krish

Asked by bvamsikr 2 years ago


Arduino Coding Question: How do I blink one LED 8 times and then another LED 8 times then repeat?

I'm using two 4017 decade counters to count to 16 and I figure two Arduino outputs would be a good way to go. I want one 4017 to receive 9 pulses then and then wait while the other 4017 receives 9 pulses. (one pulse is a holding position) For the moment I'm just trying to blink one LED 9 times and then another 9 times to represent two separate clock outputs. Here is a diagram: pin 13    1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 1, pin 12    0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 0, Start      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ then loop. This is for multiplexing a 16x16 led screen so I don't think I should use the  delay(1000);  command. Each counter needs 9 pulses with the last pulse to the first counter happening simultaneously with the first pulse to the second counter. And similarly the first counter getting its first pulse at the same time as the second counter gets its 9th pulse. Get it?

Asked by snotty 8 years ago


Sentry Gun and PIR sensors

Hello, I have a question about PIR sensors for a robot I'm making. Most have a digital pin that goes high when movement is detected. The time that this pin stays high for (delay time) is often adjustable by a variable resistor on the sensor. My problem is that I need a sensor with no delay time - the digital pin should go low as soon as movement stops. If anyone could point me in the direction of a pir sensor with no delay time/one with a very short delay time (under 0.5s) I would be grateful. Or possibly, If I were to remove the variable resistor, would that remove the delay time? thanks.

Posted by SentryGunner 2 years ago


Looking for help making a simple on/delay/off circuit.I? Answered

I am looking for help making a ( hopefully simple ) circuit to drive an electronic relief valve. What I have is a push button on a linkage and an electronically actuated valve. I'd like a circuit that, when the button is pressed, will supply a 12v output for roughly 500ms immediately after the button is pressed, which will then turn off. The circuit must then remain off while the button remains held, until it is released and hit again.  Linkage open / Valve closed > Linkage closed / Button pressed > Valve open 500ms > Valve closed / linkage remains closed > Repeat The system is for a turbocharged diesel engine. When the throttle is snapped shut, the boost pressure has nowhere to go. It tries to run back out the compressor housing. This results in a forceful drop in turbine RPM, and in extreme cases even completely stalling the turbine ( and blowing it to pieces ) I intend to vent this pressure back pre-turbo via a 2 inch valve. The short delay upon closing the throttle with this size of valve should be more than adequate. I also intend on wiring a boost pressure switch to disengage this circuit below 15psi. The turbo's anti-surge housing is effective at the lower pressure. Any help with the circuit would be GREATLY appreciated! 

Asked by jacob5680 5 years ago


220v led bulb array delay

I made a makeup mirror with 15 holes for lights, now iwouldlike to have a slight ON delay from one to the other. I was thinking maybe a capacitor after each bulb or just a relay? ( figured the relay kind of has a 0.1 second delay)

Asked by turbiny 2 months ago


Filtering queue question/suggestion

Please correct me if I've mis-observed this, or if it has already been addressed. When I use Instructables, I always use the "Recent" option to browse recent Instructables. Often, when I look again after several hours or days, new Instructables have popped up, interspersed with ones I had viewed previously. So, when a new Instructable gets hung up in the filters, am I right in observing that it then gets inserted (when it is released) "back" to the time when it was originally published? It seems that it would be better to post it (chronologically) when it was released from the filters, rather than, in some cases, a page or two back.

Posted by aeray 7 years ago


How would I substitute the LM555 for the LM556 in this circuit?

I'm trying to build a small amplifier with a timed soft start circuit. Now, I thought it would be better to make the whole thing smaller by using the LM556. I'm not good at actually mapping circuits and everything I've built was all someone else's design.

Asked by AsaBerdahl 7 years ago


Grounding Issue in DIY Circuit

Hello everyone, I'm having a bit of a problem getting my LM317 soft-start circuit to function properly. If you'll take a look at my schematic, I've built everything on the schematic up until the relays and diodes get involved (specifically where the output forks into two). In order to check that I soldered the board correctly, I hooked an LED up to where the fork would be to make sure the soft-start worked. Here's where things get funny: If the LED is connected to the rectifier's negative, the LED behaves as I expect it to, with a slow turn-on. However, if I keep the LED connected to the same positive point, but hook the led directly to ground, nothing happens. In fact, using a multimeter showed that no voltage would flow to ground from the positive, but that 14 volts were flowing between the same positive point and negative. I need voltage to flow to ground, this is a ground safety interlock for a welder I'm working on... does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks for reading :)

Posted by reakter 5 years ago


Delay Power To a Solenoid Valve

I am making a pneumatic cannon with a solenoid valve which is turned on by a switch. However, I am wondering how I could delay the switch. So, when I flick the switch the cannon doesn't instantly fire, instead it would be delayed by maybe a half a second or so for effect. Would I use a 555 timer? I'm really new to this, so could you tell me how I would go about doing this? Thanks Guys

Posted by Make me a SANDWICH 7 years ago


Delayed again!!!

I have been working on my plasma speaker for a long time, after I got everything working, I was about to take a good video of it working. But just then, the MOSFET exploded, and made a huge puff of smoke... Dang! Delayed again! I made and completed the instructable on making a plasma speaker (some of you might had seen it as you are subscribed to me), but I just need a video to prove that the plasma speaker is working. I was going to post the instructable today, but the MOSFET delayed it... :-( It may be a few more days before the instructable is published...

Posted by Plasmana 9 years ago


Timer gadget to press a button (on a dishwasher)?

Back in the days when appliances had real dials and switches on them, you could set the program and then put it on a timer switch so that it would run on off-peak electric. Now that they're all software controlled with soft switches you can't do that unless you either pay a premium for one with a timer or if they have memory to resume the program from a power cut. What I'm looking for is a simple little thing with a timer on it that you stick over the top of the soft power button, and it will press it (unless you can trigger a soft switch like a capacitive switch by sticking a voltage in front of it?) when the timer runs down. Is there a little gadget to do this? or does anyone have plans to build something? I know I could hack a timer into it fairly easily but that would mean voiding the warranty. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

Asked by bruffterman 6 years ago


delays ? Answered

Hello why delay microseconds not exactlyFor example 1 microseconds is in outpot 12us in oscope

Asked by kian0863 1 year ago


How do i add a button to my arduino code so when i press it it will change to another code? Answered

So i have my program and it is a 4 led chaser and i want to push a button and and make it do a different pattern this is my code i works int pinled1 = 12; int pinled2 = 11; int pinled3 = 10; int pinled4 = 9; int tim = 50; void setup() { pinMode(pinled1, OUTPUT); delay(50); pinMode(pinled2, OUTPUT); delay(50); pinMode(pinled3, OUTPUT); delay(50); pinMode(pinled4, OUTPUT); delay(50); } void loop() { digitalWrite(pinled1, LOW); delay(tim); digitalWrite(pinled1, HIGH); delay(tim); digitalWrite(pinled2, LOW); delay(tim); digitalWrite(pinled2, HIGH); delay(tim); digitalWrite(pinled3, LOW); delay(tim); digitalWrite(pinled3, HIGH); delay(tim); digitalWrite(pinled4, LOW); delay(tim); digitalWrite(pinled4, HIGH); delay(tim); digitalWrite(pinled1, LOW); delay(tim); digitalWrite(pinled1, HIGH); delay(tim); digitalWrite(pinled2, LOW); delay(tim); digitalWrite(pinled2, HIGH); delay(tim); digitalWrite(pinled3, LOW); delay(tim); digitalWrite(pinled3, HIGH); delay(tim); digitalWrite(pinled4, LOW); delay(tim); digitalWrite(pinled4, HIGH); delay(tim); }

Asked by MACKattacksnipe 8 years ago



Time Delay Without A 555 Timer ?

Hello, When it comes to electronic circuits I'm a mix between a newb and a novice. What I want to do here is make a circuit closed for 3 seconds (doesn't have to be exact) then open till the circuit is reset. Is there a possible way to do this without using a 555 timer? Thanks in advance.

Asked by Seifpic 6 years ago


Delay in Login

Again I'm experiencing 2 - 3 minute delays in logging on (and this when my browser remembers my ID and password).  What's going on (or not going on)?

Posted by hartpete 7 years ago


why does my arduino lose power on led5-led7? Answered

When i use my simple led chaser program led5-led7 lose power and are very dim. all leds have different pins, same ground ,and the same resistors here is the code can you tell me what is wrong thank you int led1 = 8; int led2 = 9; int led3 = 10; int led4 = 11; int led5 = 3; int led6 = 4; int led7 = 2; void setup() { pinMode (led1, OUTPUT); pinMode (led2, OUTPUT); pinMode (led3, OUTPUT); pinMode (led4, OUTPUT); } void loop () { digitalWrite(led1, HIGH); delay(99); digitalWrite(led1, LOW); delay(99); digitalWrite(led2, HIGH); delay(99); digitalWrite(led2, LOW); delay(99); digitalWrite(led3, HIGH); delay(99); digitalWrite(led3, LOW); delay(99); digitalWrite(led4, HIGH); delay(99); digitalWrite(led4, LOW); delay(99); digitalWrite(led5, HIGH); delay(99); digitalWrite(led5, LOW); delay(99); digitalWrite(led6, HIGH); delay(99); digitalWrite(led6, LOW); delay(99); digitalWrite(led7, HIGH); delay(99); digitalWrite(led7, LOW); delay(99); }

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