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Sound Servo

I want my robot's mouth light to flicker with sound. I've wired it up with the TIP122 circuit so the set digital can activate/deactivate it.

I think I have an idea of how it all works now and think that this will work but before I plug it in and try it (potentially frying something) I'd like to know for sure. Will the sound servo control make it flicker?

I assume if I am right and it will that I can also use the PWM slider and PWM script command to vary the voltage and dim the lights?

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That's right:)

It's really easy to wire up... Just make sure you have a 1k ohm resistor between the Base and EZ-B. The Emitter is grounded. And the Collector connects to your light:)