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physics-dude

Aug 25, 2012, 05:46 am Last Edit: Aug 25, 2012, 05:57 am by physics-dude Reason: 1
I just got myself an Arduino MEGA R3 for an upcoming project and every digital I/O pin except pin 13 falls at roughly 3.5 volts with very little current.

For example, while running a basic blink sketch on all pins, I can connect an LED to pin 13 through a 220 ohm resistor and It will illuminate just fine. However, if I use that same setup but swap pin 13 for say, pin 12, then the LED will light up very very dimly and the voltage will drop to ~1.5v
Choosing a different ground pin or different LED does not solve the issue.

Any ideas?

Coding Badly


Did you forget to configure the pin as an output?

physics-dude



Did you forget to configure the pin as an output?


D'oh!
Ya, that was the problem... I've been up for way too long..  :smiley-sweat:

Thanks, and sorry for your time. 

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