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The module you have includes a resistive sensor and a comparator which produces a 1-bit value (0 or 1). There's nothing you can do to get a more detailed signal from that module. There are two main approaches which allow to read analog values from resistive sensors with devices which don't have analog pins, such as raspberries. External ADC: simulate this ...


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It is inadvisable to mix libraries. You can control a servo with https://gpiozero.readthedocs.io/en/stable/recipes.html#servo See https://gpiozero.readthedocs.io/en/stable/api_output.html#servo for documentation of the servo class. NOTE that gpiozero, by default uses RPi.GPIO GPIO Zero builds on a number of underlying pin libraries, including RPi....


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In my case the current from my power supply to the relay module was not sufficient at 1.0 amps. I swapped it out with one rated at 2.0 amps and that got my relays switching. Thank you all.


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I've same display. I've changed in clock_EN.py: Raspberry Pi pin configuration: RST = 27 DC = 25 LED = 24 in Raspberry Pi pin configuration: RST = 25 DC = 24 LED = 27 ... and now it works


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