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1  Using Arduino / LEDs and Multiplexing / Re: ShiftMatrixPWN problem leds do not fully turn off :( on: November 28, 2012, 12:50:12 am
sure when I get it done Ill post here smiley-grin im making a LED table
2  Using Arduino / LEDs and Multiplexing / Re: ShiftMatrixPWN problem leds do not fully turn off :( on: November 27, 2012, 04:38:25 pm
Fixed the issue, I was trying to use pin 11 as the latch pin.
3  Using Arduino / LEDs and Multiplexing / Re: ShiftMatrixPWN problem leds do not fully turn off :( on: November 27, 2012, 03:21:48 pm
Ok I now switched to ShiftPWM to see if I still have the issue with a dedicated pin per color and when ShiftPWM.SetAll(0); or ShiftPWM.SetRGB(0,0,0,0); is called it still does not turn off all the way. Instead it just gets dimmer. I attached a picture of my board, that is the led turned "off".
4  Using Arduino / LEDs and Multiplexing / ShiftMatrixPWN problem leds do not fully turn off :( on: November 24, 2012, 10:49:02 pm
Hello guys! I was wondering why my common anode rgb leds will not turn off fully with the ShiftMatrixPWM lib. The way I have it hooked up is the common anode of each led in each row is connected then controlled by the row pin. and the same thing for the col. When I measure the voltage out when its off its not putting out the 5v that it needs to turn fully off. It is putting out 4.55v on one of the red col pins when ShiftMatrixPWM.SetAll(0); Any ideas?
5  Using Arduino / Microcontrollers / Re: Can you use the arduino usb2serial lite as a ISP on: November 20, 2012, 01:40:39 pm
To clarify, I have a http://arduino.cc/en/Main/USBSerial and I would like to use it as a AVR programmer. How do I go about doing that? (So i can upload boot loaders with it)
6  Using Arduino / Microcontrollers / Can you use the arduino usb2serial lite as a ISP on: November 08, 2012, 02:31:36 pm
I was wondering if you could use the usb2serial lite as a ISP and if so how would you go about doing it? Thanks for your help lads!
7  Using Arduino / Programming Questions / Serial dumping _VMDPR (Really unknown error please help!) on: October 04, 2012, 06:53:27 pm
Ok so i was just programming trying to do some serial to serial com with my rasp pi and my ATmega328-PU and I think i might have screwed something up.


when even the most basic of program

void setup()
{
    Serial.begin(115200);
}

void loop()
{
  Serial.println("test");
}


it spams stuff like this endlessly when i watch its serial in putty or anything

VMDPR_|3:0:|258:248:245:239:231:287:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|254:253:251:246:238:245:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|244:246:249:250:246:276:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|250:251:251:248:237:222:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|246:248:247:251:242:219:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|211:217:221:223:215:155:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|207:211:214:218:217:158:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|155:163:175:187:201:182:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|160:163:167:177:194:191:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|168:168:169:172:187:192:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|174:173:173:173:184:190:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|175:176:176:175:183:189:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|178:179:179:178:173:190:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|181:181:181:180:179:188:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|182:184:184:184:180:184:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|162:164:175:184:195:241:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|166:166:170:177:190:246:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|171:170:171:174:185:245:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|199:195:195:199:215:313:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|203:200:196:200:209:309:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|202:201:200:201:208:306:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|200:200:201:202:207:304:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|198:200:199:202:206:303:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|196:196:200:202:206:303:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|196:197:199:201:207:302:|1547|_VMDPR
VMDPR_|3:0:|196:196:198:200:206:301:|1547|_VMDPR

8  Development / Other Software Development / New ShiftBrite Library (That Works) on: October 03, 2012, 02:13:08 am
I tried out the shiftbrite lib that exists on the website and it no longer works (or never has for all I know). So i decided to write my own and share it with you guys.

Here is the link, hope you enjoy.

http://phara0h.github.com/ShiftBrite/
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