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  • BurnerBoard's Avatar
    12-15-2018, 02:43 AM
    Yes, for the problematic Teensy: Without the LEDs, voltage across is 5.17V. With the LED strip, the voltage is now 0.58V. The LEDs are NOT illuminated.
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  • BurnerBoard's Avatar
    12-13-2018, 08:25 PM
    As an additional test I wired up the Tutorial 2 example on a breadboard using the following code and was able to get it to light all 3 LEDs correctly (holding the red LED wire in contact with the soldered redPin = 2). ...
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  • BurnerBoard's Avatar
    12-13-2018, 07:50 PM
    Yes. Let me be more precise by giving you voltage values. The circuit is MacBook Pro usb-C port connected to USB-C/USB adaptor connected to USB-A to USB-microB cable plugged into Teensy 3.2 soldered to JST 3 pin...
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    12-13-2018, 08:35 AM
    I have two Teensy 3.2. They both are (intended to be) soldered the same way with connections on the back side GND and VUSB pads, on the back side below the micro-USB plug. The third wire connection is soldered into...
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  • BurnerBoard's Avatar
    12-10-2018, 07:20 AM
    I am using a Teensy 3.2 to control strips of WS2811 with 160 LEDs and not using an OctoWS2811 accessory board. My circuit looks like the strip of LEDs attached to the Teensy via the USB pads for power and data coming...
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