Fading LED example resets UDOO board

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  1. Chris Morris

    Chris Morris New Member

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    Hello!

    First off, I'm a software engineer. I don't do hardware! As you can see, I can't even fade a LED...

    I am trying to run the "Fading" example project as provided by the Arduino IDE, https://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/Fading
    Using the UDOO documentation showing the Arduino pin out, https://www.udoo.org/docs-x86/Arduino_101_(Intel_Curie)/Pinout.html, I connect my LED & resistor between pins identified as GND and PWM9 in the PWM section as shown on the UDOO pin out diagram. As soon as I make the connection, the entire module (including the x86) resets. I guess that I shouldn't make that connection and I should stick to software!

    If I make the LED connection between GND and LED as identified on the UDOO image, I can control the LED using the digitalWrite function without any problem.

    My question is, the pin-out shown in the UDOO documentation:
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    is different to the pin out shown in the Fading guide on the Arduino site:
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    Are the UDOO pins supposed to be the same as the Arduino pins? Have I missed some UDOO documentation somewhere which says "UDOO pins are the same as Arduino pins except for the following..."?

    Regards,
    Chris
     
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    waltervl UDOOer

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  3. Chris Morris

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    Hi waltervl,
    Disabling the Curie Power Management in the BIOS as described in the link you posted fixed my problem.
    Thank you.
     
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