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+ 1 on both points, and if PWM still proves to be too difficult to remover, at least get the rate of PWM up to 1,000hz or more, where it's just no longer detectable.I would request a lower low, that doesn't use PWM on the Haiku version please!
+ 1 on both points, and if PWM still proves to be too difficult to remover, at least get the rate of PWM up to 1,000hz or more, where it's just no longer detectable.
....for a twisty or a McGizmo clicky that operates quite predictably, we could go for the freely cycling interface for both the persistent and volatile mode. Don once mentioned the same as you did by the way.
Anybody else wanting to chime in?
Thank you for your input and i think you are right. I will change the behavior to a freely cycling loop for both memory types for the upcoming HiveLD drivers....
As Don has already announced, a Hive driver for the "E series light engines" is soon to be available, yea!
.... Please feel free to make suggestions and also to comment on them. If a feature is more widely requested it of course makes more sense to implement it.
I do hope the freely cycling mode "loop" will be available in this version ....
has anyone run into problems running this thing at 2.2amps constantly?