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    Teensy 4.1 Ethernet Kit w/POE Module

    That's great info Paul, thanks heaps.
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    Teensy 4.1 Ethernet Kit w/POE Module

    Thanks MarkT, but that's not a panel-mount connector. I find it difficult to build sleek, enclosed devices out of already enclosed devices. I would rather use compact daughter-boards, MCU's etc and achieve a tidy result for the customer. I think I just need a PoE compatible panel...
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    Teensy 4.1 Ethernet Kit w/POE Module

    Hmm, Ok. Other than the pin access it's over my head. Can you recommend an ethercon-style of panel mount connector that would be appropriate? Or at least what specs to look for? And would it need other components in the way the J1B1211CCD does? If there is a better way to PoE the teensy 4.1...
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    Teensy 4.1 Ethernet Kit w/POE Module

    Hi I'm wondering about the feasibility and hookup method for using a POE module such as this https://www.adafruit.com/product/3848 with the Teensy 4.1 and ethernet kit to power up the teensy. The module's pins are meant to be connected to ethernet pins 4,5,7 and 8 but I can see the PJRC...
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    Teensyduino 1.41 Released

    That is a LOT of hard work, Paul. Thank you! I've had a rough time over the last few weeks with a high-pressure project and albeit with a few hiccups(https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/49196-PJRC-store-corrections) the teensy platform hasn't let me down, including some after-sales support with...
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    3.5/6 Stacking pins/sockets that fit?

    Hi After I discovered that the double-insulator stacking pins in the store both: a) Aren't long enough to reliably socket once stacked and b)Require manual shaving down of the insulators that sit beside the 3.5/3.6 processor I'll assume that this rules out stacking female sockets of standard...
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    PJRC store corrections

    I'd like to point out a few practical problems one might encounter when following the PJRC store recommendations. 1: Wiz adapter: The PJRC wiznet adapter, despite recommending wiz850io, when stacked actually results in IC's that are in contact with each other. This is avoided by manually...
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    Can you change the USB type from within a sketch?

    I did wonder what "All of the above" means in the usb mode menu. Any ideas?
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    T3.6 & WIZ820io + Bonjour

    I was considering trying bonjour in my project. Where did this end up?
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    Can you change the USB type from within a sketch?

    I'm thinking about using a config file on an sd card that sets up the teensy according to some lines in a csv or text file. Is it possible to have these arguments configure the USB between modes such as USB-midi and USB-Keyboard?
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    OSCuino on Teensy 3.6?

    After going through heaps of versions of both arduino and teensyduino(is there a compatibility doc anywhere?) I got to this: 1.31 with 1.6.9 works (after some compile error messages, just kept trying upload and it came good) 1.32 with 1.6.9 doesn’t work(compile errors on first time, still...
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    OSCuino on Teensy 3.6?

    TD 1.30 and Ard 1.6.8 works, which hopefully I'll be able to use with the 3.5, seeing as it's in the board list? There is really nothing else in the sketch so I don't mind going back (quite)a few versions, I just need it to work. Hopefully the change to wiz850io from 820io won't cause me...
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    OSCuino on Teensy 3.6?

    Paul, what OS do you need an OSC test utility for? There are things like this that I've used in the past. https://github.com/kasperkamperman/OSCDataMonitor
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    OSCuino on Teensy 3.6?

    With TD 1.41 beta 2 and Ard 1.8.4, the first time I verified it, I got this: /Applications/Arduino.app/Contents/Java/hardware/teensy/avr/libraries/Ethernet/w5100.cpp: In static member function 'static uint8_t W5100Class::init()'...
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    OSCuino on Teensy 3.6?

    1.41-beta2 does not work for me either using 1.8.4. I can take it back to my known working version of td 1.29 and arduino 1.6.8 and it works. The problem is that I'm testing on a 3.2, with my 3.5's having had postage troubles and 1.29 doesn't support teensy 3.5. Can I please have some support...
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    OSCuino on Teensy 3.6?

    Will do. In fact I hope that's the problem, because I found that even when it would occasionally work with the old oscuino library, it no longer would once the teensy was power-cycled. Loading the same thing on Arduino 1.6.8 windows version with oscuino stays solid regardless. Still don't know...
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    OSCuino on Teensy 3.6?

    The newer OSC Library is not working for me on a 3.2, Arduino 1.8.4, Teensyduino 1.40 osx. I know it's the library because I can swap it out for an older oscuino library and the same sketch works. Strangely, there seems to be a difference in the teensy's orange LED. When the working sketch is...
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    OSCuino on Teensy 3.6?

    Can anyone help me here? I haven't found a reason to be worried about compatibility but the unknown unknowns are killing me on this short-timeframe project. Bonjour and multicast is not vital, but it would be great to know that I shouldn't have any dramas with 3.5(I opted for voltage tolerance)...
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    Suggestions for sockets to use for new Teensy 3.5/6?

    Doh! Thanks Paul, ha. I'm always a spazz finding things on your site for some reason.
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    Suggestions for sockets to use for new Teensy 3.5/6?

    Is there any update on female headers for the 3.5/6? Perhaps PJRC could look at something like this to offer on their store? https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/200pc-Female-Pin-Header-Pitch-2-54mm-H-8-5mm-Straight-type-1x24p-1x24-24p-RoHS/142094843432?hash=item2115833e28:g:-OMAAOSwyltZRilr
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    OSCuino on Teensy 3.6?

    Hi I have a working project on 3.2 and am looking to expand the inputs to 12 analog Sharp IR sensors, so I'm just wondering if I should expect any problems using the same code on 3.6? Also, if anyone has any guidance on getting bonjour working with oscuino it'd be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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    Wiz820io probs, Please check my wiring

    So it appears to only work with some network switches...interesting.
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    Wiz820io probs, Please check my wiring

    I'm powering the Wiz with the Teensy's Vin, rather than 3.3, so I thought I'd try it with the 3.3 and I get a slow flash on my ethernet switch but no lights on the Wiz and no OSC. It was working from Vin in the breadboard though. I did buy a couple of the adapter boards but they make the whole...
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    Wiz820io probs, Please check my wiring

    Hi I've transferred a working OSC setup with Teensy 3.1 from a breadboard to a perfboard and the Wiz820io no longer seems to be working. I've checked with a meter that there are no power shorts and visually there are no other shorts(some are close but ok). Uploading the standard OSC...
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    I think induction is killing my teensy project

    Yes I'm using a SHARP IR rangefinder, the long one, which has a capacitor over + and GND. Apart from that there's nothing else on the board, but as you can imagine there's quite a few jumpers for the wiz820. The interesting thing is that sometimes it kills transmit ethernet lights sometimes but...
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    I think induction is killing my teensy project

    It still does it when powered by a battery pack. How much of a difference would you expect when it's soldered up in a case? I wouldn't bother taking it to completion if it's going to be this sensitive with no way of recovering the packet stream(without a power-cycle). Seems like I need to be...
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    I think induction is killing my teensy project

    I discovered that the pedestal fan in my study kills my Teensy OSC project when turning the fan on or off. It's a Teensy 3.2 with Wiz820io, sending osc sensor data. It works fine until I switch my fan then the 820 activity light stops and never comes back(teensy still on). I can power-cycle the...
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    Adding more ADC's to Teensy

    What do you recommend if I need simultaneous access to more than 2 analog pins, while using a wiz820io and teensy 3.2. I think I have an MCP3008 somewhere, would this work? This looks cool http://www.linear.com/product/LTC2309 I'm thinking 8 channels of ADC would be suitable. Has anyone done...
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    Wiring best practice -photos please

    I'd love to see how everyone physically wires their projects so I can do it in the neatest way, especially for projects with a number of I/O. There's a world of breakouts, protoshields, adapters, perfboards, connectors but I'd like to see what has worked best for you with the Teensy pin config...
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    OSCuino & Wiz820io beginner.

    Thanks for the replies everyone. I've given up using the W5200 with the UNO, but the standard 5100 shield works, courier seems to have misplaced my teensy :( Look forward to it, though I'm amazed there isn't an easy solution with the arduino in the meanwhile. I guess that's why we've gone with...
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    OSCuino & Wiz820io beginner.

    Hi everyone. I'm new to all of this and would appreciate some help getting an OSC project off the ground. I have a Teensy 3.2, Wiz820io and want to connect some sensors (IR range finder, some buttons etc) and output them as OSC over ethernet. I'm still unclear on some things: 1. Do I need any...
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