So, the board appears to work however we wrote a small C++ program to ramp the lights up and down in increments of 1 at 60Hz (same and our power source in the US), thus taking a bit over 3 seconds per period. When driven that way the incandescent connected to it light flickers very noticeably. Since we were matching the power wave I expected it to be very smooth in terms of dimming. What are we doing wrong?
DIY turn off/on lights in the house Good and fast feedback from the seller. Maybe a link to documentation would be nice. But it could be me, as this is the first time I'm using Tindie to buy something.
No documentation on the product, but not hard to figure out. Attach it to the Vcc and GND, then just connect a PWM to control it. I am using it with a Raspberry Pi and it works flawlessly! Very satisfied with the product and would recommend to others/buy again if i need another.
But I forgot to check that it was opensource or not, seeing the product as this, I thought it was open, but no access to sources, and it isn't made for easy updating (unless it have an bootloader for arduino type code)