2014-08-11 (M) Arduino Powered Tattoo Machine Controller

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Enough background.

The most recent code had an incomplete function for duty cycle implementation. The incomplete code was removed since it used confusing methods and the holes weren’t documented or clear. The existing code written a year ago was modular enough that only a minor change in a couple functions were necessary to change the fourth potentiometer from a speed controller to a duty cycle controller. The main task was to implement the duty cycle in the function responsible for controlling the tattoo machine.

Pseudo code to use duty cycle

To do:

  • Test duty cycle program
  • Debug duty cycle program
  • Determine upper frequency limit at a given voltage
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