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Post Number:#1 Post Wed Oct 01, 2014 8:06 pm
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Hi Fernando, I am still trying to understand the way to connect my BuildMyLed fixtures to the Ferduino board. As I told you another day my lights are using analog signal 0-10v and can be only dimmed to 10-100%.

Power supply with driver:

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Left cable is going to the fixture and the right is going to the outlet. As you can see the 3.5mm cable for the dimming option is inside the power supply. I know you showed me the board to use around the driver straight to the lights but i don't think it will work in this case. Any other idea? I though Arduino board has analog output why I can't use it to control my lights?

There is a controller called DIM4 that can control my lights but I would like to have all in one with Ferduino board instead of many pieces.

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Hi!

Welcome Stanislav.

I have sure that it works of this way since 0 up to 100%.

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Yes, put the MOSFET between the - 10 V from power supply and the driver.

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BUT on this way the control will be of 10 up to 100%.
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