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PWM Using Potentiometer (Basic)

The Arduino has the Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) feature, which allows us to control brightness of LED's and speed of DC motors.

This example uses the Potentiometer to change the width of the pulse of a fixed frequency square wave, and hence affect the brightness of the LED.

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Curiosity Gym is a leading makerspace in Mumbai that helps enthusiasts build prototypes. Curiosity Gym also runs Innovation Hubs in schools and colleges to awaken curiosity and help catalyze making, innovation, design thinking, and entrepreneurship across all age groups.


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