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    Wires and a JST connector is probably better than...

    Wires and a JST connector is probably better than using only a metal chassis for the ground connection.

    What sort of ground connection you need really depends on a lot of other details you didn't...
  2. Yes, a regulator like LD1117-3.3 is a good choice...

    Yes, a regulator like LD1117-3.3 is a good choice if you have other 3.3V devices which need a lot of current.

    The 250 mA spec for Teensy's 3.3V output is somewhat conservative. As you can see on...
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    For larger orders (100+), we package the chips in...

    For larger orders (100+), we package the chips in waffle trays. Most CMs can use those trays in an automated way.

    Recently we cut 1/4 size trays for the MKL02 (but not MKL04), which we're now...
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    Just to add more one piece of info here, while...

    Just to add more one piece of info here, while Teensy does not require MCLK, the SGTL5000 chip on the audio shield certainly does. In fact, the SGTL5000 stays in a low power shutdown/reset mode...
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    It might be a bug. Or it may be a hardware...

    It might be a bug. Or it may be a hardware issue, or a mistake or misunderstanding.

    But nobody will ever investigate this if you don't give us the exact code to copy into Arduino to reproduce the...
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    It will work, but slowly, because Teensy 3.x...

    It will work, but slowly, because Teensy 3.x provides software emulation of those old AVR registers. When you write the DDRC and PORTC, you're not actually writing to hardware registers. Those are...
  7. Try Serial1.write9bit(0x132)

    Try Serial1.write9bit(0x132)
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    That's definitely a counterfeit.

    That's definitely a counterfeit.
  9. Simplest way might be something like this: ...

    Simplest way might be something like this:


    #if F_CPU != 120000000
    #error "This code requires 120 MHz CPU speed, use Tools > CPU Speed menu"
    #endif

    If you *really* want to control the CPU...
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    You can get a newer toolchain here. ...

    You can get a newer toolchain here.

    https://developer.arm.com/tools-and-software/open-source-software/developer-tools/gnu-toolchain/gnu-rm/downloads

    However, ARM website does not provide binary...
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    Sorry, haven't had much time lately to keep up. ...

    Sorry, haven't had much time lately to keep up.

    Generally I'm ok with adding more fields to the hardware description structs which are (or should be) stored in PROGMEM.
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    Most likely causes are poor quality power or a...

    Most likely causes are poor quality power or a bad USB cable. Could also be circuitry connected to the Teensy is messing things up in unexpected ways (usually when this happens, it's power related...
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    Trying to understand if uploading new programs to...

    Trying to understand if uploading new programs to your Teensy 3.5 is still working?

    Can you try opening File > Examples > 01.Basics > Blink. Upload it. Does the orange LED start blinking? If...
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    Try this: Serial.println("program started"); ...

    Try this:

    Serial.println("program started");

    notice the "plain" quotes. The fancy quotes don't work with Arduino. You need the plain ones.


    I can't see the attachment in msg #3. Can you...
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    Try again? Maybe try with Arduino rather than...

    Try again?

    Maybe try with Arduino rather than PlatformIO.

    Or if another try again doesn't work, maybe follow our "forum rule" to get help here. Saying you get an error, but not even a copy or...
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    There isn't any ready-made config for this. ...

    There isn't any ready-made config for this. You'll need to edit the USB descriptor data in usb_serial_hid/usb.c.
  17. You're going to need 1 Teensy per phone. You...

    You're going to need 1 Teensy per phone. You could use ordinary serial, perhaps with RS485 transceivers if the wires are long, to broadcast a message or instruction to every Teensy. I2C (the SDA &...
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    Oh how I wish we could know this precisely. We...

    Oh how I wish we could know this precisely. We most definitely do not, at least not yet. Delays in manufacturing beyond our control add uncertainty. Even we don't yet know a definite release date....
  19. Can you tell us anything more specific than "is...

    Can you tell us anything more specific than "is not correct"?

    Those 3 words could mean almost anything. Maybe the time is slowly drifting from correct? Maybe it suddenly jumps to something...
  20. I really want to know why the normal Arduino...

    I really want to know why the normal Arduino serial monitor isn't working. Can you give us a screenshot, so we can see how it's not working (error message, opening with a blank window, etc...)
    ...
  21. Maybe using a pot with 2 separate circuits would...

    Maybe using a pot with 2 separate circuits would be simpler?

    16949

    The one possible gotcha is to check the pot's taper spec. You probably want linear taper, not "audio" or "reverse audio". ...
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    This really ought to be able to work. ...

    This really ought to be able to work.



    Would you like us to try helping you resolve whatever's wrong?

    From your message, I can't even deduce what the problem is, only that it doesn't work. ...
  23. Maybe add "while (!Serial) ; " in setup(), so...

    Maybe add "while (!Serial) ; " in setup(), so your program waits for the serial monitor to be opened.

    If that doesn't work, maybe try showing a complete program that reproduces the problem (that...
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    Clocks in this chip are indeed complicated. I...

    Clocks in this chip are indeed complicated.

    I tend to think of them in 4 groups.

    1: ARM clock and others sync'd to it
    2: RTC (aka "SNVS") 32 kHz clock
    3: Direct from the 24 MHz crystal
    4:...
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    Live dangerously - go for it. :) I've...

    Live dangerously - go for it. :)

    I've stumbled across a few surprising things that do lock up the chip, but power cycling (including VBAT removal) always brings it back. Or always has so far.
    ...
  26. You're probably going to need to put some time...

    You're probably going to need to put some time into learning the basics. We have a tutorial, which admittedly is pretty old (screenshots from a very old version of Arduino) but all the info is still...
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    I tracked the mysterious serial monitor freeze to...

    I tracked the mysterious serial monitor freeze to a character set decoder parsing exception within the Java code which gets data from teensy_serialmon and gives it to the serial monitor window.
    ...
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    I'm testing Ethernet, using a WIZ850io module...

    I'm testing Ethernet, using a WIZ850io module (W5500 chip). Seeing a strange problem with the WebClient example. Looks like Ethernet WebClient is actually working, but printing to the serial...
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    Theoretically this should work. With quad I2S,...

    Theoretically this should work. With quad I2S, each codec chip operates independently (its own data lines) without any way of knowing another chip is also getting the same clock signals.

    But...
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    I2C slave mode is supported by the normal Arduino...

    I2C slave mode is supported by the normal Arduino Wire library.
  31. Teensy's bootloader and the Teensy Loader...

    Teensy's bootloader and the Teensy Loader application are specifically designed to *not* allow this. We have many people who create products using Teensy, who do not wish to see their code cloned.
  32. If "pulling it out" means replacing the 10K...

    If "pulling it out" means replacing the 10K resistor (the one between Teensy and the BC548) with a wire, then yes. Directly driving the B-E junction of a transistor will stress the Teensy pin beyond...
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    All 4 PIT timers are usable by IntervalTimer. By...

    All 4 PIT timers are usable by IntervalTimer. By default, none are used. But several Arduino libraries do use IntervalTimer. So does the tone() function.
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    No, not without reverting the entire forum. Our...

    No, not without reverting the entire forum. Our server backups are only once per day (around 10:30 to 11pm pacific time), so any revert of the entire forum would be the state it happened to be at...
  35. I'm confused. Is this about T4 beta? I see...

    I'm confused. Is this about T4 beta? I see "T3B2". Was that meant to be "T4B2"?

    If something crashes on the latest T4 beta hardware, please post a detailed report on the T4 beta thread. I...
  36. Nope, no plans. Yes, save a backup...

    Nope, no plans.



    Yes, save a backup somewhere safe.

    That is, if you don't already have a regularly scheduled backup like Mac time machine.
  37. I don't really understand the "background" part...

    I don't really understand the "background" part of your message. But I'll try to answer the one part of your message I do understand.



    This is really 2 separate parts, which you would combine...
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    Oh, if only all the peripheral signals connected...

    Oh, if only all the peripheral signals connected to the crossbar switch. But they don't. Only a relatively small number of trigger signals are routed to it. There are a few cases where it might be...
  39. Edit usb_desc.h. See the comments in that file...

    Edit usb_desc.h. See the comments in that file for details.

    If using Windows, you may need to run some sort of utility to clear any previous record of the USB device from the Windows registry. ...
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    Today we mailed pinout cards to all 27 people who...

    Today we mailed pinout cards to all 27 people who have the beta hardware. They're coming by ordinary postal mail, just 2 cards in an envelope.
  41. Wow, that's a $20,800 oscilloscope. Awesome!!

    Wow, that's a $20,800 oscilloscope. Awesome!!
  42. If problems still happen rarely, maybe also try...

    If problems still happen rarely, maybe also try adding a 1N5817 or similar schottky diode between the incoming power and the capacitor & Teensy. The diode will allow the current to come into the...
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    I believe the quadrature encoders are also 32...

    I believe the quadrature encoders are also 32 bits. They connect to the crossbar switch, so you can route any of the XBAR pins to them.
  44. Looks like the wires between the Teensy and relay...

    Looks like the wires between the Teensy and relay board are permanently soldered? Any way you can disconnect the relays but still run the same code on Teensy? Then you could see if the crashing...
  45. The debug info is interesting. Looks like part...

    The debug info is interesting. Looks like part (most) of the message may be getting truncated. Hard to say for sure, and if that is the case, difficult to know if it's a bug in the library or...
  46. Maybe try MichaelMeissner's suggestion. First...

    Maybe try MichaelMeissner's suggestion. First get a LED to blink, which is a lot easier to troubleshoot than input mode and interrupts.




    If this doesn't work either, maybe something is wrong...
  47. Add this in setup(), before the first...

    Add this in setup(), before the first Serial.print()


    while (!Serial) ; // wait for serial monitor window to open
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    Because we're kinda conservative about...

    Because we're kinda conservative about over-promising what the hardware can really do. Some pins only support certain features and can't be used as normal digital I/O.

    MichaelMeissner covered the...
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    Rev 18 to 21 (all the boards using the FFC...

    Rev 18 to 21 (all the boards using the FFC connector pads) all have exactly the same placement.
  50. Oh, if only I could somehow reproduce this here. ...

    Oh, if only I could somehow reproduce this here. Then I could connect my USB protocol analyzer between the Mac and the pedal, to see what's different about the USB communication.

    Any chance you...
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