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    OctoWs2811

    Just posting a follow-up for anyone else that's going down the same path. FastLED 3.6.0 worked great with the OctoWS2811 1.5.0 library that’s inside Teensyduino 1.58.1. I simply followed the source code and instructions in this blog post...
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    OctoWs2811

    That's awesome Shawn, thank you!
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    OctoWs2811

    Understood, thank you Paul!
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    OctoWs2811

    Thanks for the quick reply. The trouble is that we just fabbed a custom PCB with a different pinout (and 16 strings). This person has managed to use the OctoWS2811 and hook it up to FastLED manually, and was kind enough to post the code...
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    OctoWs2811

    How do we use FastLED with OctoWS2811 while defining our own pinlist for OctoWS2811? Hi Paul, This greatly simplifies connecting FastLED to OctoWS2811, thank you. However, I need to define my own pinList, similar to what you're doing here...
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    POR and LVD on Teensy

    Hi Jp3141, Thanks for the feedback! As far as the 74HCT245's input levels go, I think you're thinking of the 74HC245. The 74HCT245 has a Vih min of 2.0V, as you can see in the comparison between pages 5 and 6 here: http://www.nxp.com/documents/data_sheet/74HC_HCT245.pdf I'll definitely try...
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    POR and LVD on Teensy

    Hi Everyone, We're running Teensyduino V1.27 & Arduino 1.6.5-r5 on Teensy 3.1's. We're using the FastLED library to configure a large array of WS2812B (NeoPixel) LEDs. We're using 74HCT245 to convert the data to 5V before sending to the WS2812B pixels. We're consistently seeing a flash of...
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    Teensy 3.0 Watchdog Timer

    Watchdog stopped working with Teensy V1.27 - solved Thanks to everyone that contributed to this topic. I had a strange experience with the watchdog today, and am posting in the hope that it helps someone else. I've had the watchdog working well for quite some time with Arduino 1.6.5-r2 and...
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