LED

LED bright by supplying voltage.
It has two pins anode and cathode.
connect anode to plus and cathode to minus then it bright.
anode is a little bit longer than cathode.

obniz.wired("LED", {anode, cathode})

anode is loger leg.
specify obniz io numbers you connected LED.

You need a resistor if you are not using a resistor embeded LED.

// Javascript Example
var led = obniz.wired("LED", {anode:0, cathode:1}); // io0 is connected to anode, io1 is cathode
led.on();
// Javascript Example
var led = obniz.wired("LED", {anode:0}); // io0 is anode. cathode is connected obniz GND other way.
led.on();

on()

Simply, Turning on a LED.
It provide 5V to LED.

// Javascript Example
var led = obniz.wired("LED", {anode:0, cathode:1});
led.on();

off()

Turning off a LED.

// Javascript Example
var led = obniz.wired("LED", {anode:0, cathode:1});
led.off();

output(value)

on, off a LED regarding value.

// Javascript Example
var led = obniz.wired("LED", {anode:0, cathode:1});
led.output(true);

blink(interval_ms)

Start blinking a LED.
default interval is 100msec

// Javascript Example
var led = obniz.wired("LED", {anode:0, cathode:1});
led.blink(); // 100msec

Stop blinking.
LED stops last state.

// Javascript Example
var led = obniz.wired("LED", {anode:0, cathode:1});
led.blink();
led.endBllink();


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