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Arduino-powered breakout board with a shift register for each meter? Letting the pot’s input float causes jitter as expected. Back into it now though.

The cables are short, maximum 10cm. A4 – 16 etc Thanks for both of your replies. Ah my mistake, I was reading the pin numbers in place of the binary columns for lack of better words.

At my wits end here, spent the last few nights trying different things but I can’t get anywhere. A4 – 5 etc instead of J5A. Sign In Sign Up. Sometimes, during startup, all connected LEDs will turn on for a few seconds and then all off. S0 I can even do it by hovering my finger close to said pin. I will admit I am intimidated by the idea of a BLM haha. A3 – 4 J5B. A5, not reading the single pot I had connected at J1.


Unfortunately though I think I came home after a few drinks and poked around looking for shorts, so I don’t remember exactly where it was. Hi there, What would be the best way to handle several VU meters? J1 – no luck: Touching pins on J5C causes jitter activity. A0 – 1 J5A. I am still only at the very start of the controller design stage so I just want to make sure I don’t design anything that’s impractical.

A3 – 8 J5B. Touching pins on AIN: Here is an extract of the jitter so you can get an idea of the volume if that’s relevant: To read the pot, I forced the lines on AIN. A2 – 3 J5A. Thanks in advance, Tom. It’s compact, has a few buttons custom ones can have knobs I believe? Have swapped a couple of s in and out with no change. Removed all s but J5.


Community Reputation 0 Neutral. Pin 5 of the is J1. Still getting a large, constant stream of jitter. Clamped the cable down and set the mux control lines up.


I am also now getting an “Unrecognised USB device – device has malfunctioned” tooltip on windows XP which I wasn’t getting before, however if I use the J27 jumper and load the Bootloader, this notification does not 4116d. Is it possible to output values with MIOS32? A1 – 2 J5A. All Activity Home Underskor. J5 also causes activity. Might be really obvious but it’s not clicking for me. Hope this thread helps someone out one day!

Are these the correct resistor networks?

A2 – 4 J5A. Looks to be working!

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Big thanks to SmashTV and the guys on midibox, it was all them. A0 – my pot! Hope you guys can help: Sidmonster was on the right track but I remade the wrong cable. Well it works, somehow!

Multiply this by 10 and I’m wondering if it would cause responsiveness issues. Seems to be working OK, haven’t done much testing though. Anything I can lc A0, and grounded AIN: