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    I would be happy to put in my vote. I REALLY...

    I would be happy to put in my vote. I REALLY don't want to move to ESP32 or ESP 8266 just to do wifi on some projects now that I am comfortable with PJRC's amazing products.
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    That's good news. Back on my radar. Anyway,...

    That's good news. Back on my radar. Anyway, lets stick to the thread topic from here on out if you please.
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    Interesting. The fact that it is closed source...

    Interesting. The fact that it is closed source and requires you to learn their proprietary stuff makes it a non-starter in my work. I want to use (and further the state of) the open source world as...
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    VERY VERY COOL! I am definitely looking for...

    VERY VERY COOL! I am definitely looking for something to use one of these on now. Seems like a good way to make an Arduino/Teensy as slick as a Raspberry Pi but more suited to RT tasks.
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    I actually miswrote. I have a decent solution to...

    I actually miswrote. I have a decent solution to the UI but the UX is where I need to work on this. I need to add a keypad for sure (or at least a few buttons and a rotary encoder/another pot) but...
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    Next bit of coding I am doing is going to enable...

    Next bit of coding I am doing is going to enable some sort of custom channel mapping. The funniest thing about that functionality is that there aren't any buttons on my board yet. We broke out all...
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    I got ALL of it working. Tomorrow, I will post...

    I got ALL of it working. Tomorrow, I will post an example of Version 1.0 of this board and software. I can't believe how easy this was. The TeensyDMX library had a bug that was causing me...
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    because I am using the UART on Serial1 for...

    because I am using the UART on Serial1 for sending and receiving DMX/RDM data and the display is really just icing on the cake, honestly. DMX runs at 250,000 baud, so it needs to be completely...
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    I'm honored to help! I think your go-to...

    I'm honored to help!

    I think your go-to constructor statement will be one of these (found here):

    for page buffer, size = 128 bytes

    U8G2_SH1106_128X64_NONAME_1_4W_SW_SPI(U8G2_R0, clock,...
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    Thanks. I stand corrected. I also picked...

    Thanks. I stand corrected.

    I also picked this library because it includes RDM, which is becoming more and more prevalent in the film industry. I can't wait to someday set all of the channel...
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    I have had great luck getting the Teensy 3.6 to...

    I have had great luck getting the Teensy 3.6 to talk to the SSD1306 from Adafruit via software SPI using U8G2. I'm be happy to share my (admittedly clunky) code here. Even though it does some...
  12. Love your work, Talldog! LOVE it. Also, thanks...

    Love your work, Talldog! LOVE it. Also, thanks to Paul for not putting any of the FTM pins on the underside this time.
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    Thanks, Paul. I know that there is a bit-banging...

    Thanks, Paul. I know that there is a bit-banging method out there. However the purpose of my thread here was to nail down the use of Teensy DMX library in particular. In the past day, I have...
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    I had a nice, long exchange with Chris Staite...

    I had a nice, long exchange with Chris Staite over Twitter yesterday and was able to clear up some of my questions about this library. According to the author, it should be relatively easy to use...
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    Rdm.h

    RDM.h


    /*****************************************************************/
    /* Entertainment Services Technology Association (ESTA) */
    /* ANSI E1.20 Remote Device Management (RDM) over...
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    Teensy DMX on the Teensy 3.5 and 3.6

    I am having a bit of trouble getting started with the Teensy DMX library. I realize that it this library is specifically written for the Teensy 3.1, but I am hoping that I can get it ported (or port...
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    After even more research, the following pins can...

    After even more research, the following pins can use hardware quad on the Teensy 3.5 and 3.6

    Teensy 3.6
    FTM1 Quad-A: Teensy 3.6 pins 3 or 31/A12
    FTM1 Quad-B: Teensy 3.6 pins 28, 27, 19/A5, or...
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    After some reading, the pins on the Teensy 3.5...

    After some reading, the pins on the Teensy 3.5 that are relevant to updating this library are:

    K9 as QD_PHA or pin 3
    J9 as QD_PHB or pin 4

    D12 as QD_PHA or pin 29
    D11 as QD_PHB or pin 30
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    Hi Guys. I am just checking in to hear whether...

    Hi Guys. I am just checking in to hear whether or not the 3.5 has more than two quad-decoder enabled Flex Timer Modules.

    I would rather use the 3.5 than the 3.6 because my rotary encoders are...
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    Thanks for the info. I was afraid of that. Oh...

    Thanks for the info.
    I was afraid of that. Oh well.

    I may upgrade to 1024 LPR eventually for a 4096 set, but I think it'll be fine for now.

    So far, I am way closer to getting this...
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    I'm pleased to hear that. I will get back to...

    I'm pleased to hear that. I will get back to work, then. ;)

    I want to do the math on another unit because my needs are such that I want all of my controllers to be able to send data into a...
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    Thanks for the info. It sucks that there is so...

    Thanks for the info. It sucks that there is so much misinformation out there (and certainly my oscilloscope looked like it was getting the right signal for this to work).

    I will eventually look...
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    The MOSFET circuit inline was indeed the culprit....

    The MOSFET circuit inline was indeed the culprit. Your suggestion fixed my problem. Thank you so very much for that. I now have the hardware code working on my encoder.

    I'm wondering, though,...
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    I know that the encoder is working flawlessly...

    I know that the encoder is working flawlessly because I have seen the quadrature signal from my encoders on an oscilloscope. I compared the original signal (5V to the 3.3V conversion with a logic...
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    I am in way over my head on this stuff. I have...

    I am in way over my head on this stuff. I have been trying his original code ran compiled the main.cpp in the arduino IDE with all necessary files included and keep getting 1's for forward motion...
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