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Good Afternoon Guys,

I am in need of a programming and a diagram for wiring up an LED sign. It will have 7 sections that will light up in sequence, and than stay on for x amount of time. Also, one more section of LEDs will have to remain on at all times. I need this by end of the Day 9/12. Compensation offered.

Please e-mail me at jmartin@cmglo.com ASAP

Title your email "Arduino Help"

Thanks so much,
John
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It will have 7 sections that will light up in sequence
How many LEDs per section? What triggers that sequence? How long between sections lighting up?

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and than stay on for x amount of time.
Piss poor requirement. "a user-definable amount of time" or "3 seconds" are implementable requirements. "x amount of time" is not.

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Also, one more section of LEDs will have to remain on at all times.
For which you need no coding or even a microcontroller.

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I need this by end of the Day 9/12.
And, how long have you had to produce this project? Tomorrow is quite unrealistic.

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I don't think you connected the grounds, Dave.
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9th of December?

No problem.
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The LED sign stats would be very helpful - voltage, current draw and connectors for supplying power to each section, specifically.

Whilst the task is simple in concept, implementation - clearly remotely - would not necessarily be the case.
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