I need a circuit that will flash a light at fairly accurate regular timed intervals. Perhaps the easiest might be a battery circuit with LEDs, but flashing a mains-powered light would be OK if easier. It is for use as a light metronome, so I need to be able to vary it to between 40 and 200 flashes per minute. Have searched the net: lots of flashing circuits, but none that can be varied in tempo in a reasonably accurate way. Grateful for any thoughts!
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