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Re: Internal Drive Light
Posted by: Thadoss Dec,06.2015-00:01 

Hi,

Yes, it's possible.

The main idea is to light the led a certain time and switch it off again.

Let's say you do the "go dim" from 1 to 100 :

the first time, you swith on the light 1 time and switch off 99 time
the second time, you swith on the light 2 time and switch off 98 time
the third time, you swith on the light 3 time and switch off 97 time
...

the last one : you swith on the light 99 time and switch off 1 time

Then, the light stays on.

You can do the same to go from light to dark.

Is it clear ?

regards

Laurent





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Internal Drive Light Bod/Effect Dec,05.2015-22:34
  Re: Internal Drive Light Thadoss Dec,06.2015-00:01
    Re: Internal Drive Light Bod/Effect Dec,06.2015-00:23
    Re: Internal Drive Light Bod/Effect Dec,06.2015-17:09
      Re: Internal Drive Light Bod/Effect Dec,06.2015-17:51
        Re: Internal Drive Light dml Dec,07.2015-11:29
          Re: Internal Drive Light PeP Mar,24.2016-10:00
      Re: Internal Drive Light Thadoss Dec,07.2015-01:22
        Re: Internal Drive Light defjam Dec,07.2015-11:29
        Re: Internal Drive Light Bod/Effect Dec,07.2015-15:45
          Re: Internal Drive Light Bod/Effect Dec,07.2015-17:04


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