Completely right.I would only add, that most current control circuitry actually varies the voltage to make sure the current is constant. Reason is, it's easy to play with voltage. Usually then there is a shunt resistance to sense the current (convert the current to voltage again), and based on that sensed current (which is a voltage, lol), adjust the voltage to ensure the current is stable.
it will not help you with the ADXL
hook a car battery up to your buckpuck, don't PWM control it or analog potentiometer it,.. plug it into your blue luxeon. start the timer.
If we are waiting for the LED to blow up, then we'll be waiting for a really long time. 12 volts is 12 volts, regardless of the source. Because science.
only hangup i have now is getting the full swing to play quick enough for another swing,
been working on this part, something about using the delay function to wait for the first sound to finish, is doing this. Need to replace this with a non-blocking delay... if anybody can come up with this solution please do share.
purgedsoul! thank you so much, i took the sample code you had posted previous and have been reworking that to fit my setup. @DJWing79, i started to play with that, but was not 100% sure of what i was doing, but was kind of a side thought while working something else out
Thanks JakeSoft ahum....just kidding i mean Ecloud thanks for the fish man
You are welcome for the parts lists, sample code, 100+ support posts, this thread, example videos, and of course the original idea.