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USB 2.0 Cable 10 Foot Type A Male to Type B Male

USB 2.0 Cable Type A Male to Type B Male - 10 FT

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Tumbnail: 62 oz-in NEMA 17 Stepping motors (also called stepper motor)

NEMA 17 Stepping Motor (62 oz-in 5mm single shaft)

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10K timmer potentiometer

10K Trimmer Potentiometer (Through Hole)

16x2 LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)

16x2 LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)

White prototyping breadboard with 30 tie strips and two power rails on each side.

White Prototyping Breadboard (2x30 columns of tie strips and 2x2 rows of power strips)

Clear Semi Transparent Breadboard

Clear Prototyping Breadboard (2x30 columns of tie strips and 2x2 rows of power strips)

Red Through Hole LED (Light emitting diode)

Single Red Through Hole LED (Light Emitting Diode)


PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) General Discussion on Using an 16-Bit Timer Create a PWM

This video specifically applies to hobby servo control, but is a good discussion on using the 16-bit timer to create a PWM.

The period can be created using the 16-bit timer overflow at 65535, or the ICR (Input Capture Register) can be used as the top of the timer count so the timer overflows at the value given to the ICR. This allows for a very precise PWM period.

The OCR (Output Compare Register) is used to start the pulse. When the overflow, or the ICR is hit by the timer/counter, the pulse ends and the signal goes to 0v.

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