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Part Number: ULQ2003A-Q1
Please review the below concept and let me know whether below concept is available or not. - Ignore resister value
If below concept is not available, please let me know about way of dimming using ULQ2003A-Q1.
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In reply to Akeem Whitehead:
Yes, this would be an acceptable way.
If you have a resistor connected from the emitter to ground this will work to limit the current across all of the channels and can effectively be used to dim all LEDs.
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