In a project I use an RGB LED strip. I control this strip with an Arduino Nano using pins D6, D9 and D10 via MOSFETS. I noticed that the frequency of D10 is about 960Hz while D6 and D9 are about 490Hz.
I've been browsing the forum and the web to find how to set D6, D9 and D10 to the same frequency, but I only find snippets here and there or very complicated sketches impossible to understand for a simple soul like me... It doesn't matter WHAT frequency they're set to if it's more than, let's say, 100Hz and less than 2000Hz. But I want them to be [u]THE SAME[/u].
Anyone has a clear and simple "straight to the point"-solution for this ? Your answer could be helpful and save hours of searching/browsing for many Arduino fans.
Thanks in advance ! :)