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 ====== LED Outputs ====== ====== LED Outputs ======
-Each LED output can sink 20mA with a voltage up to 30V. This means that in order to cluster LEDs together for higher brightness, they can be placed in series. At 30V, approximately 9 LEDs could be wired in series on each output in. At 12V, 3 or 4 LEDs could be powered from each pin. The LED output pins are configured in 8 groups of three channels each, designed to fit 2x3 0.1" ribbon cable connectors. On each set of six pins, three LED channels and three connections to **V+** power are available. LEDs should be wired with the anode connected to the **+** mark, and the cathode connected to the numbered LED channel. Naturally this means that if RGB LEDs will be used, they need to be common-anode, not common-cathode.+Each LED output can sink 20mA with a voltage up to 30V. This means that in order to cluster LEDs together for higher brightness, they can be placed in series. At 30V, approximately 9 LEDs could be wired in series on each output pin. At 12V, 3 or 4 LEDs could be powered from each pin. The LED output pins are configured in 8 groups of three channels each, designed to fit 2x3 0.1" ribbon cable connectors. On each set of six pins, three LED channels and three connections to **V+** power are available. LEDs should be wired with the anode connected to the **+** mark, and the cathode connected to the numbered LED channel. Naturally this means that if RGB LEDs will be used, they need to be common-anode, not common-cathode.
  
 ====== Example Code ====== ====== Example Code ======
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