So, I was wondering if I could light up an led a little bit, so the led wasn't neither off, or completely on.
The only way I found on Google to do that was with pigpio, so I installed the program on my Pi 3 and ran it by using sudo pigpiod, then I decided to write a code to see if it worked, but with no success, here is the code:
import pigpio pi = pigpio.pi() try: while(True): red = raw_input("Red. 1-255.-->") redCol = int(red) if (redCol >= 1 and redCol <= 255): pi.set_PWM_dutycycle(11,redCol) else: print("Invalid Value") green = raw_input("Green. 1-255.-->") greenCol = int(green) if (greenCol >= 1 and greenCol <=255): pi.set_PWM_dutycycle(13,greenCol) else: print("Invalid Value") blue = raw_input("Blue. 1-255.-->") blueCol = int(blue) if (blueCol >= 1 and blueCol <= 255): pi.set_PWM_dutycycle(15,blueCol) else: print("Invalid Value") except KeyboardInterrupt: pi.stop()
When I run the code It prompts me to the color 'selection' input, but when I input something the led does nothing.