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yangfizz

i have 4 leds connected to 4 different ports and one common GND, first 2 leds work perfectly fine but once it gets to the third and fourth led, they seem to have low electric current flowing through them...

yangfizz

i have 4 leds connected to 4 different ports and one common GND, first 2 leds work perfectly fine but once it gets to the third and fourth led, they seem to have low electric current flowing through them...

CrossRoads

Are all 4 ports set to outputs with pinMode?
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dhenry

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low electric current


The electric company didn't provide quality electronics. The fault has nothing to do with your hardware  / software.

codlink

http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,126973.0.html
//LiNK

Nick Gammon


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low electric current


The electric company didn't provide quality electronics. The fault has nothing to do with your hardware  / software.



The hardware that we cannot see, and the code that is not provided.
Please post technical questions on the forum, not by personal message. Thanks!

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AWOL

Cross posting wastes time.
Don't do it.

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