Vigrond

Fresno, CA

vigrond.com

Age: 28

I am a freelance web developer based in Fresno, California.

Email: robert@vigrond.com
Blog: http://vigrond.com
Twitter: @vigrond

Feel free to contact me about anything! Thanks

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comment Using Arduino to control a 12v car light system?
Awesome, thank you. This is perfect! Project is actually for initially hooking up a microcontroller within my motorcycle to do various tasks. I'll write up a tutorial sometime when it's completed. Thanks again. I suppose I have one last curiosity - is there any limitation on transistors when combined with PWM? If a pwm is flashing at 50hz... is there any factor in limiting the transistor to 'keep up' ?
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comment Using Arduino to control a 12v car light system?
This is excellent thank you. I've been studying transistors, but I think I need to study a bit more : ) re: PWM - I should have been more specific that these are LED lights. It is a 12v line but the bulb itself has a few LEDs on it - (I'm not sure exactly how its internals are set up). But it seems transistors are the way to go. The goal with the PWM is to reduce brightness.
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