Can you summarize in 25 words or less ?
(was it a software problem when you posted ? (or a hardware problem?)
That's all I'm asking. I'm not ranting. I just don't see how the above explains anything.
Are you saying your code induced the ringing which caused you to debug it and solve the issue ?
That's really all I'm asking. There's no need to be annoyed. I'm just trying to make sense of what this post
was about. I know you didn't say "Nevermind". But you essentially said "I solved the ringing by fixing my software"
which, if you ask me, would confuse anyone trying to make sense of this post.
As you can see from my last post, I did not overlook the Parallel RC circuit.
I owe you an apology. I saw you edited your post as well. I came to the same calculation after doing the same math. I substituted the 205 ohms for 220 and still get the damping I needed.
No, the software didn't fix it. The software had been altered because I didn't know it was ringing in hardware. The hardware induced the software problem, then before posting, induced the "now I don't know what's going on, I need help, problem." That's when I posted.
I was flustered due to the previous issue I encountered with someone saying, "For the love of God," and berating me. And I'm sorry, I ranted. I probably wasn't as clear as I thought I was.