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dgelman

My motors will be running 5V PWM from the l298 @ 3.9KHz.  Can a voltage level converter run this quickly?

Also - I cannot find the DUE anywhere... (from Canada).  I am sure it was released, any suggestions where I can pick up a couple?

Daniel
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Massimo Banzi

@dgelman

The Due is a bit hard to find at the moment because we were overwhelmed with requests while there was a small delay in the delivery of the processors.. Now everything is back on track but it would take a few days for the factory to catch up and start shipping all the backlog.

We are working on a tutorial that shows how to use the Arduino Motor Shield (based on the L298)  with the Due

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Grumpy_Mike

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My motors will be running 5V PWM from the l298 @ 3.9KHz.  Can a voltage level converter run this quickly?

Yes voltage level converters can run at as fast as the arduino can throw stuff at it.

dgelman


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My motors will be running 5V PWM from the l298 @ 3.9KHz.  Can a voltage level converter run this quickly?

Yes voltage level converters can run at as fast as the arduino can throw stuff at it.


Thats great, I will look into a voltage level converter, as well as this tutorial mentioned below.


@dgelman

The Due is a bit hard to find at the moment because we were overwhelmed with requests while there was a small delay in the delivery of the processors.. Now everything is back on track but it would take a few days for the factory to catch up and start shipping all the backlog.

We are working on a tutorial that shows how to use the Arduino Motor Shield (based on the L298)  with the Due

m


Hello Massimo - I am looking to purchase multiple Dues and UNOs.  My research institute is located in Canada but I am open to any distributor.  Where can I purchase Dues without getting capped at 1? Also, hopefully the Dues and tutorial will be up shortly - if you have any time intervals that would be great! As well as where I can look for these videos.

Also, side note: I am hearing weird things about the external interrupts on the Due.  Forums are saying 0 and some are saying 8.  If someone can clear this up for me, that would be great :D

Daniel
Dialup is the future.

Massimo Banzi

you can email store (at) arduino.cc explain what you want to purchase and they will guide you.

Interrupts are now working  on the Due, I don't have the exact number with me here.
I'll get cristian to jump in and explain

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