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    Thank you for all of that. Those breakout boards...

    Thank you for all of that. Those breakout boards look really useful. They would have been really useful for some other projects I did.
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    When you say not accurate, do you mean the...

    When you say not accurate, do you mean the readings will not be accurate when using those analog pins, or the fact that the pins do not line up exactly with the normal pins.
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    Basically, I need an additional analog pin that...

    Basically, I need an additional analog pin that is not on the standard breadboard layout pins. I cannot use A10/A11 because a track on the circuit board runs along where they are so would be a total...
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    Teensy 3.5 vs 3.6

    Hi All,

    Just a very quick question. Could I confirm that the Teensy 3.5 actually has 2 more analog pins than the 3.6 does. There are two pins labelled A25 and A26 on the 3.5 but this is labelled...
  5. Many thanks Paul. Much appreciated.

    Many thanks Paul. Much appreciated.
  6. Recommended transistor and base resistor for LED

    Hi All,

    This is a very quick question with probably a very simple answer. What would a good transistor and base resistor be for driving a single LED from a Teensy 3.6?

    Usually I use a...
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    Thanks Paul for the very quick reply and the...

    Thanks Paul for the very quick reply and the fantastic information.
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    Detecting audio

    Hi All,

    I wonder if anyone could tell me if the Teensy 3.2 is capable of detecting an audio signal. This is the output from a VHF radio. It is 2v peak-to-peak.

    I just need to sense whether...
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    Many many thanks for your reply. I must confess...

    Many many thanks for your reply. I must confess to not being an expert either and any experience I have had with op-amps have been bad ones. Mainly because I didnít know enough about what I was...
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    Clipping an input signal

    Hi All,

    I just need a bit of advice for my on-going project.

    I have a requirement where I have to interface a digital pin on a Teensy (3.6) with a stator to obtain RPM. The stator outputs a...
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    Agreed, physically reversing the shunt is not the...

    Agreed, physically reversing the shunt is not the same as running current in a reverse direction but it does emulate the same effect, I have tried the process on the real aircraft and the same...
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    I don't really have any written schematic as this...

    I don't really have any written schematic as this was purely a test to see if it could be done. I am working on a project for a light aircraft and if I could read the current shunt then it could, in...
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    The differential ADC has opened me up to a whole...

    The differential ADC has opened me up to a whole world of possibilities and reading up on it, it does seem to be able to solve my problem. Even if not on the teensy, there are some pretty good ADC...
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    Sorry, correction to the above post, itís a 5v...

    Sorry, correction to the above post, itís a 5v tracopower regulator.
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    I have not really taken this much further as I...

    I have not really taken this much further as I have had other things to do first. Basically the circuit is super easy. The teensy is powered from a 3.3v tracopower 1A switching voltage regulator to...
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    Thank you very much for your replies. I should...

    Thank you very much for your replies. I should have read the data sheet a bit more thoroughly, it does state that the backlight is transistor driven. I plugged a PWM pin straight in to it and it...
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    TFT PWM Backlight

    Up to yet, I have never had a requirement to use PWM so know virtually zilch about it. I now have a requirement but have a few questions.

    I need to control the brightness of an Adafruit 1.8 TFT...
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    I just thought I would update everyone on this...

    I just thought I would update everyone on this for future reference.

    It all works when you connect both the current shunt wires to 2 x teensy analog inputs. I tied each input to GND with 10k...
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    I am no expert at this and just do some...

    I am no expert at this and just do some electronics as a hobby. But is it actually seen as negative voltage. I would assume negative would be if you had a common ground. From what I can see, both...
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    Unfortunately, I have to use the existing...

    Unfortunately, I have to use the existing installation. If I physically change anything then it has to go through a fairly lengthy approval process with the light aircraft association.

    From...
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    Reading voltage from current shunt

    Hi All,

    First post here and need some advice.

    I am working on a project using a Teensy 3.6 and one of the things I am required to do is read the voltage from a current shunt fitted to a light...
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