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  • emilbakker commented on witnessmenow's instructable RGB LED Matrix With an ESP8266 9 months ago
    RGB LED Matrix With an ESP8266

    Hello,Nice job. While compiling i get a 'P_LAT' was not declared in this scope message. Before going on I like to solve this. Doe you know where this is coming from?I would like to build this project but the code must run first.Thank you

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  • emilbakker commented on dearner's instructable RPi 3 Starboard / Particle Generator10 months ago
    RPi 3 Starboard / Particle Generator

    setup completed. Now waiting for the displays from Ali. Can't wait!!

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  • emilbakker commented on Michalsky's instructable LED - Mega Clock2 years ago
    LED - Mega Clock

    Hello,I have everything ready for your clock. I tested your software and it works great. But before I build the ectual thing I test every elecronic peace on a breadboard. Everything works, the led strip, the time hands, the power supply etc. There is but one problem. The digits assembled to the TLC5940 flicker. I have tried the following things:1) I changed the software where i tried to change the interval. Changing it in number 20 the displays refresh each after another. 2) I have tried to use several digits (CA) but nothing changed. 3) I bought a TLC5940 break-out board from sparkfun but this gives all the digits to light op at once (so all the digits are 8). But no flickering.What am I doing wrong? Do you have an idea? It would be great if I could solve this, because this is the only...

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    Hello,I have everything ready for your clock. I tested your software and it works great. But before I build the ectual thing I test every elecronic peace on a breadboard. Everything works, the led strip, the time hands, the power supply etc. There is but one problem. The digits assembled to the TLC5940 flicker. I have tried the following things:1) I changed the software where i tried to change the interval. Changing it in number 20 the displays refresh each after another. 2) I have tried to use several digits (CA) but nothing changed. 3) I bought a TLC5940 break-out board from sparkfun but this gives all the digits to light op at once (so all the digits are 8). But no flickering.What am I doing wrong? Do you have an idea? It would be great if I could solve this, because this is the only thing that keeps me from starting.Thank you.Emil Bakker

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