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Also, the code in the link you gave is controlling pin 12, but you are connecting to pin 21, so you won't see any change regardless of what you do. (From what I saw on a quick check on the web, only pin...
@Boss yes i check the link and code my main question how to led on and off each one second using python
Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) can be used to control the speed of dc motors or the brightness of LEDs. BUT, the format used for driving a hobby servomotor isn't much use for either. A servomotor PWM signal...
I'm interested in learning Python so had a look at the link, but this seems to go to a servo drive which I don't think will work with a LED especially as it has a 1 second sleep between the pulses. Can...
WHERE IS PYTHON CODE FOR RASPBERRY PI LED BLINKING
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