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PWM ports

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    • #12371
      Liz
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      Hello all,

      I have recently been trying to connect multiple analog sensors to the mayfly board using a 16-channel analog multiplexer. I have reached a little hurdle however. The PWM ports are clearly labeled on the arduino uno boards, while the mayfly they are not. Does anyone now which digital ports are PWM ports?

      Liz

    • #12372
      Sara Damiano
      Moderator

      Also posted to GitHub, but so it’s here:

      Pins D4, D5, (Timer 1 – 16 bit) D6, D7, (Timer 2 – 8 bit) D11, D12, (Timer 0 – 8 bit) D14, D15 (Timer 3, 16 bit).

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