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    A pen sized analysis device, almost. One step...

    A pen sized analysis device, almost. One step closer to a sonic screwdriver... Now, just add a super inductive magic magneto unlocker thinga majig and you are set.
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    http://projectgus.github.io/hairless-midiserial/...

    http://projectgus.github.io/hairless-midiserial/
    Maybe this is what you want. Still has the issue with identifying devices.

    Edit:
    Okay, that link above is not what I thought it was. It points...
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    I would suggest you learn how to grab the serial...

    I would suggest you learn how to grab the serial number in each. I "think" each teesny has a unique number that is not overwritten in the firmware when you program it. Then your app will try all...
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    Wow, I stumbled across this:...

    Wow, I stumbled across this:
    http://www.hardkernel.com/main/products/prdt_info.php?g_code=G141578608433&tab_idx=2

    Apparently it is very comparable to the Pi in that it will run Ubuntu, but there...
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    @Constantin, Is there some kind of: fail over,...

    @Constantin,
    Is there some kind of: fail over, hot plug, or dual supply priority chip out there? I would think with mobile devices being common with chargers and the like there would some sort of...
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    Yeah, a hacksaw to the place where the padlock...

    Yeah, a hacksaw to the place where the padlock attaches. or tin snips. padlock is just like Windows Defender. look impressive, you just go around it.
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    considering that most passwords can be turned off...

    considering that most passwords can be turned off with a jumper on the motherboard...
  8. By lock up you mean it stops functioning or you...

    By lock up you mean it stops functioning or you just cannot talk to the device?

    Serial is a huge potential loss especially over USB.
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    Just out of curiosity isn't this on the same...

    Just out of curiosity isn't this on the same level as trying to get the password to a Mac machine? The reason I ask is because I have seen threads shutdown on here for asking about that.

    I find...
  10. I ended up just creating my define cases. That...

    I ended up just creating my define cases. That was the most expedient rather than figuring out why the compiler was not getting the proper defines into the compilation.

    I also got to looking at...
  11. I am so close to figuring this out. However...

    I am so close to figuring this out.

    However the page I linked https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/rawhid.html is not working for overriding the VID and PID. I found the usb_desc.h and was able to...
  12. Apparently it looks like the device is using RAW...

    Apparently it looks like the device is using RAW HID. I found the Teensy 3.1 code for doing RAW HID for itself. Then after looking at the devices code it looks like it is send/response interface...
  13. Want to emulate existing HID device. What information do I need?

    Hey, there is a USB HID device I want to emulate for testing. These are things I have available to me:

    Python and C code showing how to talk to the USB device. I can make out that this is an...
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    PAUL!!! Holy crap do I WANT this board! I...

    PAUL!!!

    Holy crap do I WANT this board!

    I have been looking for a cheap Arduino "like" board. The Teensy 3.1 is awesome, but for $12 HOLY CRAP!

    I really wanted a cheap, small device for...
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    Logging Storage Options

    I am working on a project that requires some data to be logged on a Teensy 3.1. What are some simple options for storing data?

    One of my constraints is I cannot spend very much time writing data...
  16. Okay I am using this for displaying data from...

    Okay I am using this for displaying data from sensors hooked to my teensy:
    http://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-Improved-Poor-Mans-Oscilloscope/

    The output looks like this:...
  17. That https://www.saleae.com/ is really nice. I...

    That https://www.saleae.com/ is really nice. I also like the price breakout structure.
  18. I am finding I need a scope type function for...

    I am finding I need a scope type function for troubleshooting some sensors. So I am going to try this:
    https://code.google.com/p/xoscillo/
  19. One thing you can consider doing is getting an...

    One thing you can consider doing is getting an old scope with a dead tube. Then you have all the conditioning electronics on the front end. You will have to strip out the tube power supply and tap...
  20. @ddmods, Its sounds like you implemented a...

    @ddmods,
    Its sounds like you implemented a "integral" function (integration). That is one piece of a PID loop. If you make the iteration time deterministic the frequency response will be...
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    Not exactly written in C, but the source is...

    Not exactly written in C, but the source is partly available for different versions:
    http://www.cpm.z80.de/source.html

    Also here is another link referencing the source available from the museum...
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    @NOBOX, It is possible that the solder may have...

    @NOBOX,
    It is possible that the solder may have had a reaction to the flux and did in fact "grow". When the world decided lead was bad for electronics the choices for solder are not so great. Some...
  23. @PaulStoffregen, It sounds like you could have a...

    @PaulStoffregen,
    It sounds like you could have a flash based "OS" or BIOS all written in regular Arduino IDE. Then you could have "programs" that are launched after loaded into RAM by the OS. So...
  24. Can instructions execute from memory? Or do...

    Can instructions execute from memory? Or do instructions execute from flash? I would think Arm can execute from memory. Android phones do it all the time.
  25. I will have to hazard a guess it is Windows. I...

    I will have to hazard a guess it is Windows. I have seen some really weird stuff with Windows. USB devices will randomly reattach, or Windows decides it needs to inform you that a device could work...
  26. Unless you get the dev package for those...

    Unless you get the dev package for those Bluetooth devices (and even then) it will be difficult to convert those serial modules to Joystick Bluetooth devices. I have some of those 8 dollar BT serial...
  27. It is not a reset button. It is a "start...

    It is not a reset button. It is a "start programming sequence" button.

    Look at this page at the bottom to see where the reset signal is wired up:
    https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/teensy31.html
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    Hey Paul, I have FreqMeasure working now and...

    Hey Paul,

    I have FreqMeasure working now and it uses pin 3. I also have tone running on pin 5. I understand these are separate PWM hardware counters for those pins. Are there any interactions I...
  29. After looking at the command line version I am...

    After looking at the command line version I am guessing it will program the first teensy 3.1 it finds. I don't think it is a limitation of how it was programmed, more a limitation of how to address...
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    Oh, okay, I will do that. Thanks. I am using...

    Oh, okay, I will do that. Thanks.

    I am using 1.20 at home, but at work I was still on 1.19.
  31. Edit: This is wrong. There is no way to...

    Edit:
    This is wrong. There is no way to differentiate between teensy board with an option from the command line. Ignore my comment.


    Yes, they could be concurrent using the command line...
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    FreqMeasure lib issues

    I am trying to use the FreqMeasure library here: https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/td_libs_FreqMeasure.html

    I added the FreqMeasure library (unzipped) into the libraries directory under the main Arduino...
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    @farman, This is probably not related, but Vdd...

    @farman,
    This is probably not related, but Vdd must be 4.5VDC for HCT chips. HC chips can be as low as 2VDC for Vdd. This is from the NXP docs BTW. ...
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    @Docedison, I was thinking the grounding issue...

    @Docedison,
    I was thinking the grounding issue with my cable was that one side was acting like an antenna. Your point is good though. I will have to check to see if both grounds on my audio cable...
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    @duff, Yes, I have seen that on Windows. If you...

    @duff,
    Yes, I have seen that on Windows. If you have an empty loop() it will not show up as a USB device. Add a delay or some Serial.println and it shows up just fine as a serial device.
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    Check to see if "USB Type" is set to "serial" in...

    Check to see if "USB Type" is set to "serial" in the "Tools" toolbar menu.

    Might want to check other things too like "Board" is set to Teensy 3.1 and not Teensy 3.0 and stuff like that.

    That is...
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    I tried your code. It causes Windows to think my...

    I tried your code. It causes Windows to think my Teensy 3.1 malfunctioned and it ceases to be recognized by the USB driver.

    I changed it to this:


    void setup() {
    Serial.begin(38400);
    }
    ...
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    On the HCT chip make sure any unused inputs are...

    On the HCT chip make sure any unused inputs are tied to either Vdd or Ground or it could cause issues with the chip.

    Is 5VDC the wall wart well regulated?

    Now I had noise issues on just AD on...
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    @christoph, Hey, I had to create a work account...

    @christoph,
    Hey, I had to create a work account since I don't have my password from home here. I think I was way off in my conclusion that the refs are not working with memory locations. After...
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