does anyone use the MIDIsense for PWM out?
i did not look at the schematic, but hope that those "What resistor ? What capacitor ?" spaces are to help use the midisense port/pins as outputs. Like either for a rounded square wave audio signal with a resistor-capacitor arrangement or a protective resistor for an LED output.
could i put a MIDIsense at both ends of a MIDI device chain. The one at the front of the chain would be using it's MIDI out port as a MIDI controller, and the one at the end of the chain would be using it's MIDI in port, to drive lights or audio signals?
"Basically, depending the MIDI message data, the board will modulate the duty-cycle of a 100Hz PWM signal.
The 6 analog sensors have 4 options.
1. Analog in
2. Ribbon in
3. Digital in
4. PWM Out (Pulse width modulation)
This is the form of output that the MIDIsense board handles. You can read more about PWM here at wikipedia. Basically, depending the MIDI message data, the board will modulate the duty-cycle of a 100Hz PWM signal. This is good for powering LEDs, panel meters, etc.
The 5 digital sensors have only 2 options, Digital In and PWM Out (which are just like above"