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Because the registers for this feature are completely different I have split it into 2 complete chapters. We know that the AVR lets us turn outputs on and off, but, what if we want to control the brightness of an LED or the speed of a motor? Well the easiest way to do this is to change the voltage of the output but we can fake it. Cool eh!? Remember the Prescaler? And much like in the counter, its roll is to slow things down. This is good because it allows us to run the PWM at different frequencies.
This is important because some devices are sensitive to PWM speeds. Since I already planted the question in your head, the answer is start at 10kHz. Different motors like different frequencies but 10kHz will get you into the ball park.
The Waveform Generator then changes the state of the OCnx pin the state is determined by the selected mode. The OCFnx flag can be configured to trigger an interrupt.
This mode can be inverted or none-inverted. Because of this it is somewhat limited to the frequencies that it could produce. Each of these modes can be inverted or none-inverted.
ATMEGA324 DATASHEET PDF
In reply to this post by Joerg Wunsch. Atmel Studio — Software Development Environment. As far as I can tell from the datasheet, I can use both megaa and megapa. Runtime calibration and compensation of RC oscillators. Calibration of the internal RC oscillator. Wear Leveling on DataFlash. So, can I assume there is no support for megaa, since there is no signature atmeya Tuesday, July 20, 6: Software Framework — Getting Started.
ATmega324P Atmel Corporation, ATmega324P Datasheet