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  • K
    The following code in your setup() function will wait forever for the serial monitor to be connected: // Wait for Serial Monitor to open while (!Serial) { delay(1000); } Comment out just those lines & see if it behaves differently...
  • mjs513
    mjs513 reacted to PaulStoffregen's post in the thread Bring back the Teensy 3.2 ! with Like Like.
    Teensy 3.2 is not coming back.
  • mjs513
    Adding “lib_deps” entries (to platformio.ini) that point to GitHub URL’s should be fine. Example: lib_deps = https://github.com/name/project.git https://github.com/name2/project2.git
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    Rezo reacted to PaulStoffregen's post in the thread Bring back the Teensy 3.2 ! with Like Like.
    Teensy 3.2 is not coming back.
  • N
    Hello all, i've build a midi controller (with four adafruit capacitive touch sensor breakouts, a couple of faders and buttons) that should control samples and midi instruments in my music software (ableton). I tried it with my mac mini and it...
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    Angelo reacted to manicksan's post in the thread Bring back the Teensy 3.2 ! with Like Like.
    You can actually select which clock speed that should be used for running the Teensy 4.x and at least in theory minimize the power usage (have not done any tests myself). The clock can be as low as 24MHz.
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    Angelo reacted to PaulStoffregen's post in the thread Bring back the Teensy 3.2 ! with Like Like.
    Teensy 3.2 is not coming back.
  • PaulStoffregen
    Teensy 3.2 is not coming back.
  • PaulStoffregen
    Good to hear it all worked out well. :) Confirm, PJRC doesn't offer any way to customize the mac address numbers.
  • PaulStoffregen
    Delete the first 2 lines and replace with normal PulsePosition.h include. Then is compiles with Teensy LC without any error. #include <PulsePosition.h> PulsePositionOutput ppm; void setup() { // put your setup code here, to run once...
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  • A
    Angelo replied to the thread Bring back the Teensy 3.2 !.
    Small quantities batches means higher unit price. It is not simply the components price. When 3.2 was in production in 1000's unit, or even more, batches, I am sure the uC was not bought at 7$. At 100 or 200 units batch, we will see comments...
  • R
    Adding “lib_deps” entries (to platformio.ini) that point to GitHub URL’s should be fine. Example: lib_deps = https://github.com/name/project.git https://github.com/name2/project2.git
  • M
    Thanks for the reply. I appreciate the effort to support old hardware. :-) I'm using pin 6, which is one of the allowed pins. Here's the code. #define __IMXRT1062__ #include "PulsePositionIMXRT.h" PulsePositionOutput ppm; void setup() { //...
  • C
    cdalio replied to the thread Custom Teensy PCB Questions.
    There has been lots of views but no replies, and I made some progress so I figured I would answer some of this in case somebody else ends up here looking. Searching for info on custom Teensy boards is tough since there is not many people doing it...
  • PaulStoffregen
    It's been a while since I've used Teensy LC, but looking at the PulsePosition code it really should "just work". No code editing in the library is needed. Only 6 pins are supported on Teensy LC. Details here...
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    bang reacted to BriComp's post in the thread Teensy 4.1 is a huge problem! with Like Like.
    It would be better to replace: while (!Serial); // Seri bağlantının başlamasını bekle with while (!Serial && millis() < 3000); That way the Teensy will wait for up to 3 seconds for the Serial Port to become available and then give up looking and...
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    bang reacted to defragster's post in the thread Teensy 4.1 is a huge problem! with Like Like.
    Yes, removing that line will allow the code to continue when there is no USB cable connected to provide 'Serial'
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    bang reacted to jmarsh's post in the thread Teensy 4.1 is a huge problem! with Like Like.
    Like the previous comment said, you have while (!Serial); in your code (which even has a comment after it saying it will wait for the serial connection). It will wait forever at that line if there is no USB connection.
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    kazmyldrm10 reacted to bang's post in the thread Teensy 4.1 is a huge problem! with Like Like.
    thanks man! You are all great!
  • K
    kazmyldrm10 reacted to defragster's post in the thread Teensy 4.1 is a huge problem! with Like Like.
    By calling Serial.begin(9600); in setup it will already wait IIRC 2.5 seconds before returning from that call
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    bang reacted to thebigg's post in the thread Teensy 4.1 is a huge problem! with Like Like.
    Check to see if your code includes something like this while (!Serial); Comment it out and try again. Otherwise, check to make sure your power supply (+5V) is adequate. If the teensy is resetting without the USB connected then it might be power...
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    kazmyldrm10 reacted to bang's post in the thread Teensy 4.1 is a huge problem! with Like Like.
    thanx a lot :)
  • K
    kazmyldrm10 reacted to defragster's post in the thread Teensy 4.1 is a huge problem! with Like Like.
    Looks like Serial.begin() waits 2 seconds after called, when no Host connect? And is not required as Serial will come online as connect allows. Teensy doesn't enter setup() until 300 ms Returns from Serial.begin( at 2301 ms Manually enabled USB...
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    bang replied to the thread Teensy 4.1 is a huge problem!.
    thanx a lot :)
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    bang reacted to defragster's post in the thread Teensy 4.1 is a huge problem! with Like Like.
    Looks like Serial.begin() waits 2 seconds after called, when no Host connect? And is not required as Serial will come online as connect allows. Teensy doesn't enter setup() until 300 ms Returns from Serial.begin( at 2301 ms Manually enabled USB...
  • B
    bang reacted to defragster's post in the thread Teensy 4.1 is a huge problem! with Like Like.
    By calling Serial.begin(9600); in setup it will already wait IIRC 2.5 seconds before returning from that call
  • PaulStoffregen
    IMXRT is Teensy 4.0. The PulsePosition library should use it automatically when you have Teensy 4.0 or 4.1 selected.
  • M
    Hi All, I am using a Teensy LC (Yes I know it's old and no longer supported, but thought I'd ask anyway) for a project using the PulsePosition library. I got some odd results, and after a bit of research I found there is another version for the...
  • T
    TFTLCDCyg replied to the thread GDSTx Library Incompatibility.
    When fixes were implemented in the GDS Tx library, you mentioned that you were building a (taking your own words) "audio vectorscope for displaying oscilloscope art". Indeed there are some incompatibilities between the SD.h, Audio.h and SdFat.h...
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  • K
    kd5rxt-mark replied to the thread Display Sometimes INOP.
    Jerry: Bill (K9HZ) has confirmed to me via email that the additional resistors suggested in my earlier post are, in fact, needed for your display. Do you have them in your setup already ?? Mark J Culross KD5RXT "Sorry im now at my farm in...
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    Adding “lib_deps” entries (to platformio.ini) that point to GitHub URL’s should be fine. Example: lib_deps = https://github.com/name/project.git https://github.com/name2/project2.git
  • K
    kd5rxt-mark replied to the thread Display Sometimes INOP.
    OK, but aren't two resistors and just a few seconds of your time, with which you may very well have the solution you are looking for at hand, at least worth a try ?? Mark J Culross KD5RXT
  • PaulStoffregen
    Those wires are really long, maybe too much for 50 MHz? But I'm mostly concerned about "two outputs". Does that mean you're trying to connect 2 different SD cards to the same 8 wires? Pretty sure that wouldn't work.
  • J
    jerryk replied to the thread Display Sometimes INOP.
    I doubt that this particular problem is due to SPI issues. Because of the times. I did some tests - if the power is off for 10 seconds, the rig comes up normally. If it's off for 15 seconds, the rig comes up normally. If the power is off for...
  • K
    kd5rxt-mark replied to the thread Display Sometimes INOP.
    Jerry: I have a project that is very similar to the T41 in that it makes use of the Teensy4.1 + 7" RA8875 touchscreen display. I first built my TeensyMIDIPolySynth on a perfboard/wire-wrap, and everything worked like a champ. Feeling pretty...
  • M
    Probably a case of the fingers typing a similar word all by themselves, I've done that especially with words I frequently type...
  • J
    I am using TeensyStep4 on a Teensy 4.1. Most functions are working fine - thank you for that! However the stop() function and the emergency.stop() function cause Teensy 4.1 to reboot after a few seconds. Meanwhile the stopAsync() function is...
  • J
    Hello, it's been some time! I have hit another snag on my project and was wondering if someone might be able to help point me in the right direction. I am trying to use the GDSTx library in conjunction with Paul's teensy audio library, however...
  • J
    Hello! I'm working on an open-source ham radio project ( T41 ), which has a Teensy 4.1 connected to a 5 inch Buydisplay LCD via SPI. Not sure which version of TeensyDuino I have, but it's a recent one. The problem in a nutshell...
  • J
    Hey Paul, Thanks for the quick response! Maybe i got a bit lost in the sauce.. but what i want to achieve is the following: i have made this led mapper in max/jitter that i made. the patch sends an array of 1440(amount of leds that i have) *...
  • PaulS
    Try this: drawingMemory[0] = (0<< 16) | (255 << 8) | (0 << 0); I'm not sure though that you should be using drawingMemory[] to set pixels on/off - I could not find any info on the usage. Paul
  • K
    Darn it! I even proof read it before posting.
  • M
    empirical, from greek empeirikos for "experience", not the latin imperium "command, power, authority"..
  • J
    If all the connections are correct, and it doesn't work, then it may just be too long. The built-in SD card on T4.1 is quite fast. and you generally can't extend something like that as far as you're trying to do here, with a ribbon cable. Does...
  • J
    jvphotog reacted to Pio's post in the thread Stereo guitar/bass cabinet emulation with Like Like.
    GUI work is so time consuming... Expression pedal controlling the wah and updating the corresponding slider on the display: https://streamable.com/1jml92 BOOST section is renamed to PREAMP and contains wah + boost + octave up now. Also the...
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    Pio replied to the thread Stereo guitar/bass cabinet emulation.
    GUI work is so time consuming... Expression pedal controlling the wah and updating the corresponding slider on the display: https://streamable.com/1jml92 BOOST section is renamed to PREAMP and contains wah + boost + octave up now. Also the...
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  • defragster
    defragster replied to the thread Teensy 4.1 is a huge problem!.
    Looks like Serial.begin() waits 2 seconds after called, when no Host connect? And is not required as Serial will come online as connect allows. Teensy doesn't enter setup() until 300 ms Returns from Serial.begin( at 2301 ms Manually enabled USB...
  • J
    Hey All, I am currently experimenting with a Teensy 3.2 and a Octows2811. I saw in the videodisplay example that you directly write into the drawingMemmory to set the leds. so when i do: All the first green leds of each output turn on. so i...
  • J
    Hi, I'm having some trouble integrating the GDSTx library to send data streamed from the teensy audio library to a display. The two libraries work fine separately, but putting them in one project breaks everything. Right off the bat, they make...
  • defragster
    defragster replied to the thread Teensy 4.1 is a huge problem!.
    By calling Serial.begin(9600); in setup it will already wait IIRC 2.5 seconds before returning from that call
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