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    After more than half a year I want to reopen this...

    After more than half a year I want to reopen this thread. Meanwhile I bought the Teensy 4.0 and the SBUS receiver. The SBUS signal wire has an output of 5V and I used two resistors as a voltage...
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    An SBUS receiver usually has 3 wires: ground, +5V...

    An SBUS receiver usually has 3 wires: ground, +5V and signal. I don't know the power level of the signal, but I think it is below 3V.
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    Thank you for the comprehensive reply. I found a...

    Thank you for the comprehensive reply.
    I found a much easier way for the switch. The receiver comes with a cable and a plug. I would just solder cables with a plug to the Teensy board and unplug the...
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    First of all: I don't have the Teensy 3.2 until...

    First of all: I don't have the Teensy 3.2 until now, because I want to make sure that it works with my SBUS receiver.
    I want to power it from the USB port. On the back side I see VUSB, but not VIN....
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    Teensy 3.2 board and SBUS Receiver

    Hi,
    I want to build a USB dongle that I can use as a receiver for my RC radio.
    I found the Teensy 3.2 board, but I have a problem: the Teensy only supplies 3.3V and 10mA. My SBUS receiver needs 5V...
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