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    No there is no hardware debugging available....

    No there is no hardware debugging available.
    However there are debugging facilities, especially using VisualMicro with VisualStudio, see here.
    I use it all the time and would not be without it. It...
  2. You probably need a switch circuit after the...

    You probably need a switch circuit after the voltage regulator and before the Teensy that only switches on when voltage has reached 3V.
    If that was not clear the switched voltage will supply the...
  3. Not particularly easy when you can't buy them!

    Not particularly easy when you can't buy them!
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    #include #include ...

    #include <SPI.h>
    #include <NativeEthernet.h>
    #include <ArduinoRS485.h> // ArduinoModbus depends on the ArduinoRS485 library
    #include <ArduinoModbus.h>

    #include <Crc16.h>
    //Crc 16 library...
  5. You have not said what your problem is.

    You have not said what your problem is.
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    Your welcome, thanks for that. Before you...

    Your welcome, thanks for that.
    Before you purchase anything, download the Nextion Design Editor. It has a debug facility which allows you to run your design in simulation mode.
    This will better...
  7. Why not use something like this? It will be off...

    Why not use something like this?
    It will be off by a few us every stroke, but since you are only going at 500 strokes/s I don't suppose it will matter.
    The purists will say that this is NOT the way...
  8. I have just put up a video and a link to the...

    I have just put up a video and a link to the Teensy Nextion Driver.
    You can see it here.
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    New Teensy Nextion Library

    https://vimeo.com/711286962
    I have recently finished a Driver for the Nextion Display.
    Actually it is a Skeletal driver with most things done but an area where
    you can insert your own code.

    I...
  10. How about using a Nextion...

    How about using a Nextion?
    You design your screen offline on an editor. Then send it to the Nextion display.
    The display just sits there until you send data to it.
    Basically it's a display with...
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    See here...

    See here. That should do the trick.
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    Yes, I think I could be interested.

    Yes, I think I could be interested.
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    Couldn't see any in stock on RS UK, though they...

    Couldn't see any in stock on RS UK, though they are available on back order in the DIP package for delivery 27/6/2022.
    Minimum order size 15 pieces.
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    Have to wait until 2023 then. See my post above.

    Have to wait until 2023 then. See my post above.
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    Only I2C versions seem to be available at the...

    Only I2C versions seem to be available at the moment, at least until 2023.
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    That's the 3.3V regulator. Perhaps take off the...

    That's the 3.3V regulator.
    Perhaps take off the two PSRAM chips.
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    Ok, that's good. Hope new opto-isolator solves...

    Ok, that's good. Hope new opto-isolator solves your problem.
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    When you had it hooked up to 5v you may have...

    When you had it hooked up to 5v you may have destroyed the pins.
    Check by trying to use them as Serial1 pins to another MCU (or I suppose you could connect Rx to Tx ) to see if they still function...
  19. HIGH and LOW are used for DIGITAL input and...

    HIGH and LOW are used for DIGITAL input and output NOT ALALOGUE!!
  20. ...and what is the value of LOW?

    ...and what is the value of LOW?
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    #include #define testpin A9 // analog...

    #include <ADC.h>
    #define testpin A9 // analog pin to be tested
    #include <RunningMedian.h>
    ADC* adc = new ADC();
    /////////// Buffer declaration///////////////////////////////<--- This probably...
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    I could do with 5.

    I could do with 5.
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    If you originally connected the light controller...

    If you originally connected the light controller to the Teensy WITHOUT the RS232/TTL level converter then you will have killed those Teensy inputs. +/-12V into a 3.3v device results in sudden death...
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    That was written for Teensy 2 and 2++ which were...

    That was written for Teensy 2 and 2++ which were 5v MCU's.
    The web page should have a warning, that 3.3v should be used for Teensy 1.36 and 4.x.
    @Paul could you have a look at this. it's NOT the...
  25. Reply #7 shows the input protection circuit. If...

    Reply #7 shows the input protection circuit.
    If BAT54S is vtoo small for you, use discrete schottky diodes.
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    May have destroyed it.

    May have destroyed it.
  27. Serial.begin does not take any account of the...

    Serial.begin does not take any account of the "baud rate" presented to it. It simply goes as fast as it can. You could use Serial.begin(0) and it would still funtion.
    In fact the best entry is...
  28. Having both USBDisk and USBDrive in both...

    Having both USBDisk and USBDrive in both msController and MSCClass might lead to some confusion.
  29. It might be worth first just trying to write to...

    It might be worth first just trying to write to the display.
    There does not seem to much information about writing to the display with 8bit parallel interface.
    Have a look at this.
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    Can you tell us your required accuracy.

    Can you tell us your required accuracy.
  31. Paste the code you are using. If I had a...

    Paste the code you are using.
    If I had a problem I would not expect any helper to have to go to a third party site to see code.
  32. You might find this ...

    You might find this useful.
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    /* Web Server A simple web server that shows...

    /*
    Web Server

    A simple web server that shows the value of the analog input pins.
    using an Arduino Wiznet Ethernet shield.

    Circuit:
    * Ethernet shield attached to pins 10, 11, 12, 13
    * Analog...
  34. I was about to say post your code, but I see you...

    I was about to say post your code, but I see you have a pointer to it, but that is not the code that you are
    trying to run because as you said you have modified it.
    Please post the code you are...
  35. You could make it more random by feeding the seed...

    You could make it more random by feeding the seed from a counter.
    How about using something with millis().
    possibly (uint32_t) millis()
  36. This is a board for users of Teensy micro boards.

    This is a board for users of Teensy micro boards.
  37. What has this got to do with Teensy?

    What has this got to do with Teensy?
  38. #include #ifndef __MK66FX1M0__...

    #include <FlexCAN.h>

    #ifndef __MK66FX1M0__
    #error "Teensy 3.6 with dual CAN bus is required to run this example"
    #endif

    static CAN_message_t msg;
    static uint8_t hex[17] = "0123456789abcdef";...
  39. Has that been modified for Teensy? If not what...

    Has that been modified for Teensy?
    If not what sort of problems can ensue?
  40. Se we have to continue to use the defective code?

    Se we have to continue to use the defective code?
  41. Is this version modified for Teensy?

    Is this version modified for Teensy?
  42. Do you know what a diode does? EDIT: I am only...

    Do you know what a diode does?
    EDIT:
    I am only trying to get you level of knowledge.
    No good trying to help you if you don't understand.
  43. What do you think will happen if the voltage...

    What do you think will happen if the voltage attempts to rise to 3.4v?
  44. I am confused by your last statement. Are you...

    I am confused by your last statement.
    Are you saying it is fine if you don't attempt to parse the data?
    If that is so then the problem is with parsing the data.
  45. This should help. 28192

    This should help.
    28192
  46. You have got slightly confused. Here you are:-...

    You have got slightly confused.
    Here you are:-
    28190
  47. Thread: Hot chips

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    Ok, then check your soldering, it would only take...

    Ok, then check your soldering, it would only take a very small hair of solder to muck things up (Easily Done).
  48. Ok, no problem. Edited previous post to include...

    Ok, no problem.
    Edited previous post to include Quote tags.
  49. I'll let you know about the >32GB question. My...

    I'll let you know about the >32GB question. My board should arrive in the next day or so.

    As you can see you beat me to it on the other details.
  50. Following on from my previous post, I have...

    Following on from my previous post, I have downloaded and placed below the Description of the USB Host.

    With this device you simply write to a hardware serial port with the USB Host device...
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