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RogueCow

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Hey guys, definitely glad i found a site like this :)

My names josh and i am a second year mechanical engineering student from Windsor Ontario.

Basically i came here becuase i want to be able to wire an L.E.D array (halo rings for my car) that fades 1 on, then the next one one, then the next one etc... And then the same thing when power is turned off.

As well, i really sucked at my electrical circuits class and wouldn't mind brushing up on the ideas and retaking it.

Google shot me over here to a fading on/off thread and it seemed like you guys know what you are doing, so i'm hoping i can figure something like this out :)

Look forward to the future,
Cheers and howdy-do
 

DerStrom8

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Hey guys, definitely glad i found a site like this :)

My names josh and i am a second year mechanical engineering student from Windsor Ontario.

Basically i came here becuase i want to be able to wire an L.E.D array (halo rings for my car) that fades 1 on, then the next one one, then the next one etc... And then the same thing when power is turned off.

As well, i really sucked at my electrical circuits class and wouldn't mind brushing up on the ideas and retaking it.

Google shot me over here to a fading on/off thread and it seemed like you guys know what you are doing, so i'm hoping i can figure something like this out :)

Look forward to the future,
Cheers and howdy-do
Hi, Josh. Welcome to ETO!
I hope you can find the answers you are looking for! :)
Der Strom
 

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