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LED POV fan update

Posted on Monday, July 6th, 2015 in LEDs by DP

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Zach writes:

I first posted on how to reprogram a “Programmable Message Fan: Model 45 Series” POV fan a few years ago, and the code I posted no longer works with the current versions of the Octave and Arduino software.  The original post still describes how the fan works and how I went about figuring it out, and this is just an update to the software to reprogram it.

Project info at Zach’s blog.

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