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I think you have to define your terms when you describe the various
People who program LEDs use "blink" for 50/50 on/off, "pulse" for a
brief flash with a long off period, and "fade" for continuous
variation. As you note, there are a lot of ways a fade could be
implemented, e.g. steady on and off, gradually fading up and then
suddenly off, blink three times and fade out, etc.
On Wed, Mar 5, 2014 at 1:57 AM, Charlotte Branth Claussen
<charlotteclaussen -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> In our company, we have several different ways of describing LED
> We seem to be uising blinking and flashing for the same - a pattern where
> the LED repetedly turns on and off.
> We seem to use pulating or a loooong sentence with fading in it for any
> pattern where the LED varies in intensity but does not turn entirely off at
> any point.
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