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    • #8678
      LectronFan
      Moderator

      Hi all,

      Still in social isolation but weather is fine, why shouldn’t we go outside and have fun with Lectron ?

      Easy to use, fast and no wiring lurking across the circuit 😛

      This video is about a pulse width modulation (or PWM) build with the Legacy set.

      It is narrated in Dutch but English subtitles are available 😉

      Greetings

      PWM with Lectron legacy set

      PWM with legacy set

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    • #8680
      mwpeters75
      Keymaster

      Love this video Frank!  Very nicely presented, easy to follow.  Sub titles much appreciated.

      One slight issue is that sometimes the hand held block goes out of visible frame when you are talking about it.

      What is the momentary switch used for?

      If you have an oscilloscope (I am sure that you do!), putting various test points to show the width of the pulse would be fun too.  Love the use of the light bulb though, really demonstrates the principles that you are are discussing.

      Great job with the music bed also.  Is this your original music?  Nicely done.

      Look forward to more video demos.  They really bring things to life!

      Hope that you’re having a great weekend,
      Michael

    • #8684
      LectronFan
      Moderator

      Hi Michael,

      Thank you for the nice comment !

      Indeed, when editing the video, I also noticed that some parts were off the screen.

      I will pay attention to that next time

      Connecting an oscilloscope to this is a great idea for another video and can also be a great tutorial.

      But maybe hard to record. I will try this out.

      Indeed, I composed this music for the video. This is another hobby of me 🙂

      Many greetings

       

       

       

    • #8747
      Guenni75
      Moderator

      Hi Frank,

      Your video makes the circuit diagram easier for me to understand – I don’t have to look for the necessary components myself … but I’m not really lazy – not always 🙂

      And Dutch is rather easy to understand because I am speaking (and reading) the nearly 1,000 years old language Low German (plattdütsch / nedderdütsch).

      Best regards,

      Günther

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