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    You just need to sample the current several times...

    You just need to sample the current several times faster then you are switching. The teensy adc can easily sample fast enough as long as you use DMA sampling. You can also take the measured current...
  2. The down side to the Nextion is the atrocious...

    The down side to the Nextion is the atrocious serial speed (max per datasheet is 115000bps).
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    Here is an example of how the connection would...

    Here is an example of how the connection would normally happen and what voltage we would expect. This follows Ohms Law and Kirchhoff's Voltage Law, no matter what you do you cant break these laws.
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    Now I see what your doing. Rotating the shunt...

    Now I see what your doing. Rotating the shunt does not produce the same result as actually running current in both directions. You will not get the same result in the complete system. In the...
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    Differential mode will probably help but will not...

    Differential mode will probably help but will not work with negative voltage, Steve0 can you provide any schematics on how the teensy and shunt are connected. Without some isolation or separate...
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    Please post on sketch of your circuit, the way...

    Please post on sketch of your circuit, the way you describe is fishy and could lead to magic smoke eventually. Any voltage applied below -0.3v will damage the micro due to the internal protection...
  7. @brtaylor, will there be support added for the...

    @brtaylor, will there be support added for the extra pins? I take it most PJRC libraries would have issues with the extra pins....
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    Very nice, from experience you will have noise...

    Very nice, from experience you will have noise issues with the ADC's if you try to run SPI while sampling the ADC's which makes logging or running small screens a pita. What I ended up doing was...
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    That may work unless the noise is induced on the...

    That may work unless the noise is induced on the ADC via the Data lines, which is something I have seen with SPI coms to ILI9341 and reading ADC's with/without external ref at the same time.
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    The solder blob at VUSB looks dangerously close...

    The solder blob at VUSB looks dangerously close to one of the micro usb ground tabs.
  11. The LSM303AGR is the latest version of the chip,...

    The LSM303AGR is the latest version of the chip, not sure when the rest will go obsolete.

    If you want something lower cost but reliable try the Pololu breakout.
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    Sadly, I normally run out of Pins, Special...

    Sadly, I normally run out of Pins, Special Function pins and most often.... MEMORY.... :( on 3.6 projects
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    I would think its a timing issue, the default PWM...

    I would think its a timing issue, the default PWM frequency is 488.28Hz. Considering where it divides into the clock that is probably an ideal value. 75Hz is 6.51 times smaller then 488.28 so there...
  14. True defragster, he did say something along those...

    True defragster, he did say something along those lines, weather it was translated correctly is a different story. At the point he posted I think it was more in frustration then anything else, he...
  15. lightcalamar, welcome to the forum. First. I...

    lightcalamar, welcome to the forum.

    First. I think when crushing new people to the forums to save on spam becomes a thing then maybe the way spam is handled should be reconsidered.
    Second....
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    Here is an updated basic schematic. There are...

    Here is an updated basic schematic. There are Op-amps on the market that are rated for 36V continuous, that would be plenty for an 8S pack in case you want to future proof. As a BMS this is...
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    Correct as a battery monitor the circuit I...

    Correct as a battery monitor the circuit I provided would unbalance the pack. For the High accuracy resistance measurements it would be very good. Some of the uneven discharge could be adjusted by...
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    No reason why this should not work. Just hook it...

    No reason why this should not work. Just hook it up to an ADC and your done. This could be done with the test board I created since I set up the dividers to be changeable between different...
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    Or 16bit single ended ADC with all channels...

    Or 16bit single ended ADC with all channels scaled to 27-30V will give you sub mV readings.
    It really depends on cost. I have an 8 channel 16-18 bit 400kSPS ADC breakout for the ADS8698 series. ...
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    1. No real practical way of doing this unless...

    1. No real practical way of doing this unless you went to invest in a large array of relays with an isolated supply to power the Teensy.

    2. Unless you invest in high accuracy resistors your...
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    Been pretty quite the last few months on this,...

    Been pretty quite the last few months on this, work has been keeping me extremely busy along with life in general.

    I significantly reworked the design a few weeks back and added Isolation between...
  22. Interesting. Whats the output load on the Murata...

    Interesting.
    Whats the output load on the Murata 78SR and what does your input voltage look like at start up?
    We use the 78SR's at work and I also use them at home. They are very handy and fairly...
  23. Running 12 hours days at work right now so cant...

    Running 12 hours days at work right now so cant give actual code pieces but.
    You did not change the number of samples per reading you are doing so by default 4 samples are taken per value output....
  24. Some examples of DMA ADC operations can be found...

    Some examples of DMA ADC operations can be found here. The speed at which you can send is largely limited by the PC. You will want to send packets of several readings at a time or the pc will choke...
  25. You wont resonably be able to use anything above...

    You wont resonably be able to use anything above 13 bits. The 3.6 can sample much faster then 100-150K, it depends on what settings your using.

    Bill Greiman getting 3Msps
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    I dont see anything that stands out. You should...

    I dont see anything that stands out. You should consider connecting DACB pins even if you don't connect the output to anything. Some devices don't like floating pins like that.

    There is also a...
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    Well consider reading the datasheet again. The...

    Well consider reading the datasheet again. The example code which you did not post but provided a link to is designed for a different kind of device with different data requirements so naturally it...
  28. Thread: Power

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    I have a few of the PJRC Touch Screes...

    I have a few of the PJRC Touch Screes it has 4 led's so max current is 80mA. You can safely run the back-light from 3.3V, technically if you want the same brightness using 5v as running from 3.3V...
  29. manitou is correct. Technically it defaults to...

    manitou is correct. Technically it defaults to 3V3, so unless at some point you change it to the internal reference you can just comment out that line.
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    Should be compatible with the FT8XX series from...

    Should be compatible with the FT8XX series from FTDI. Same series used on the Gameduino.
    Got a pair of 7" FT811's I have been playing with. Pretty nice little chip, the Gameduino library can be a...
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    Its dependent on what frequency your running and...

    Its dependent on what frequency your running and what settings your using...
    At 96Mhz with the default settings per ADC you can see anywhere from 4.08uS to 5.5uS depending on the resolution for the...
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    I have not had any issues with APA102's being...

    I have not had any issues with APA102's being driven from 3.3V on T3.2 and T3.6. Have you tried running any examples from the library?
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    45kHz is 22uS per update, most screens I have...

    45kHz is 22uS per update, most screens I have played with cant even change 1 letter on screen in that amount of time. You really should look at running them on their own SPI buses.
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    Isn't xoscope just a microphone input hack?

    Isn't xoscope just a microphone input hack?
  35. The stock library should have that since that's...

    The stock library should have that since that's where that example comes from. There are other libraries out there with optimizations for Teensy, but you can run several stock examples without the...
  36. I spent a few hours playing with the HotMCU...

    I spent a few hours playing with the HotMCU FT811's I bought a few months back and got one running on a T3.1.


    //#include <EEPROM.h>
    #include <SPI.h>
    #include <GD2.h>
    #define PDNPin 8
    void...
  37. I guess I can drop my two cents in. I...

    I guess I can drop my two cents in.

    I actually gave up trying to put the Teensy 3.6 on a breadboard when I saw it, instead I used long pin headers for the outside pins and normal pin headers for...
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    Yes it appears that the base of the opto...

    Yes it appears that the base of the opto transistor is provided for certain cases but is not needed in this case. The LED inside the opto provides the energy needed to power the transistor when...
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    If the datasheet you provided is the Mosfet you...

    If the datasheet you provided is the Mosfet you have then you can drive it with 3.3V. Doing it with the Teensy is probably not the safest thing you can do thou. I would use either a logic buffer...
  40. If you can handle soldering 0.5mm pitch pins and...

    If you can handle soldering 0.5mm pitch pins and 0603 parts I can send you a blank ADS8698 breakout board and a parts list and you can build your own breakout. Provided your somewhere that USPS...
  41. How much noise is being created on your samples...

    How much noise is being created on your samples when you write to the SD Card?

    My experience so far with Sampling ADC's and trying to do SPI transactions at the same time have forced me to use an...
  42. The resolution will be based on the accuracy of...

    The resolution will be based on the accuracy of your feedback, SMPS are primarily analog circuits.
    Depending on the voltage range of your supply 16bits will be tough to maintain.

    How much current...
  43. If your goal is a variable supply why not avoid...

    If your goal is a variable supply why not avoid reinventing the wheel and just use the Teensy to adjust the feedback voltage to an existing SMPS design. You can do the same thing to a linear...
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    Progress was made :) Took a while but I have the...

    Progress was made :) Took a while but I have the LCD and ADC running on SPI0 and SPI2, the noise is not to bad so I don't believe I will spend to much more time with it. I doubt I could get noise...
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    Well, you have given us no pictures, no...

    Well, you have given us no pictures, no schematics, no code. So its tough to have any idea whats going on.
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    Erm, its a 6V battery, it should be fully charged...

    Erm, its a 6V battery, it should be fully charged at 6.5V and dead at 5-5.25V, at which point you should probably disable the GPRS. Really draining a lead acid will shorten its life considerably....
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    The only one I have experience with is the one I...

    The only one I have experience with is the one I created for my CC Dummy Load in order to test the ADC before I commit to anything. The PCB will accept at least 4 TI chips in the same 4-8 channel...
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    Just realized I never posted the latest schematic...

    Just realized I never posted the latest schematic for the ADS8698 breakout board. I only had 2 major issues with the PCB. The first was I got the 3.3V regulator pins mixed up so I had to clean some...
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    Hello Yannick, your project is definitely...

    Hello Yannick, your project is definitely advanced. Your kind of hitting the same rough road I have been working on with my CC Dummy Load project.

    You will face several issues.
    To get decent ADC...
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    Looking at the ADS8881, you pull CONVST High...

    Looking at the ADS8881, you pull CONVST High (Chip Select), clock 8 times, then pull it low and clock 24 bits, then you have to shift your 3 bytes around to get the correct value.

    Here is a simple...
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