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  • einyaa commented on einyaa's instructable 20W LED-strobe for RC-aircraft4 months ago
    20W LED-strobe for RC-aircraft

    So great :) I'm happy that at least some of the readers have found this instructable useful :)

    You are absolutely right. I made this instructable intentionally with the IRF540N and not a logic level (e.g. IRL540N for instance), as there is no current limiting resistor for the LED. The lack of saturation in the FET compensate for that. I decided to publish a proven circuit which will work between 12 and 16 volts without any appreciable problems for beginners in electronics. And as I understand, it works great. Thanks for commenting.

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  • einyaa commented on einyaa's instructable 20W LED-strobe for RC-aircraft1 year ago
    20W LED-strobe for RC-aircraft

    It will work very well.

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  • einyaa commented on supernoodle2014's instructable How to code Arduinos2 years ago
    How to code Arduinos

    It's great for beginners. But the ATmega328 can also provide dual interrupts, which mean that electrical level shift on one pin (or two), can interrupt the main program cycle and directly run a subroutine (function).

    It's great for beginners. But the ATmega328 can also provide dual interrupts, which mean that electrical level shift on one pin (or two), can interrupt the main program cycle and directly run a subroutine (function).An example can be the use of the PulseIn() command as a sudden interrupt.

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