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fungus


I am using 3 transistors, so I am thinking one for each?


At least! :)
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kculm



I am using 3 transistors, so I am thinking one for each?


At least! :)



Did not help,

it works fine with out transistors. not as bright. and it only jacks up on the full blue to full green and full green to full blue.

fungus


it works fine with out transistors. not as bright.


Has to be a power problem...how many mA are you using, how many are available.


and it only jacks up on the full blue to full green and full green to full blue.


ie. At maximum current.
No, I don't answer questions sent in private messages (but I do accept thank-you notes...)

kculm



it works fine with out transistors. not as bright.


Has to be a power problem...how many mA are you using, how many are available.


and it only jacks up on the full blue to full green and full green to full blue.


ie. At maximum current.



Right now I am testing it on an Arduino uno.   

This is what I get.  With out transistors it works fine. With Transistors is when I get the bule to green, green to blue issues.

If I use an at85 with out Transistors Is all jacked up, but with transistors I have the same issue as with Using the Arduino.   

I have found another sketch but its not as nice, and I hate to just give up.

kculm

The green fades almost to nothing and the blue jumps on,  if that helps any

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