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How to convert a voltage range to LED brightness without a microcontroller?
I have a hall effect sensor which outputs 0V when on the North pole of a magnet, 5V when on the South pole. It idles at 2.5V. I want to connect 2 LEDs to show the reading, one activated from 0-2.5V, ...
Mar 18 '10 at 22:08
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