#22. Clock Node

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Many tasks require you to set a specific frequency for the pulse generation.

For this, we need a new node clock. It can produce pulse signals at time intervals specified by the IVAL pin. This way, we can control the frequency of data collection from our sensors.


Try to set the IVAL pin in the clock node to 2. This means that it will send a pulse every two seconds.

Test circuit

Note The circuit is the same as for the previous lesson.


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Slowly turn the potentiometer knob. You will see that the readings are being taken and the servo reacts to them every two seconds.

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