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  1. Thread: Diffuser material

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    I'd suggest sanding or sandblasting the back side...

    I'd suggest sanding or sandblasting the back side of the Lexan.

    Conventional indicators use parabolic reflectors or Fresnel lenses (or both) with omni-directional incandescent bulbs to get most of...
  2. Very nice link Wozzy, thanks! Maybe lots of...

    Very nice link Wozzy, thanks! Maybe lots of people knew about that but I didn't. Thumbs up.
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    I'm NOT a SMT-soldering expert (total beginner)...

    I'm NOT a SMT-soldering expert (total beginner) but that's a leadless package and it looks like the pads on your boards are barely larger than the pads on the device. I don't see how you're going to...
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    I don't know what your handshake or protocol...

    I don't know what your handshake or protocol looks like (I presume you wrote both sides), but you could define some reset character that, whenever received by the Teensy firmware, will reset the...
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    Really? There are a lot of people who want to...

    Really? There are a lot of people who want to know what Paul is going to do next. With a post count of over 200, the active posters alone plus about 50 more of us who are watching this train wreck...
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    Well, Paul has made these comments: ...

    Well, Paul has made these comments:

    https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/3volt.html



    You can use the on-board crystal. When you select the lower speed from the Tools > CPU Speed menu, it tells the...
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    See the instructions at: ...

    See the instructions at:

    https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/td_download.html

    and the discussion at:

    http://forum.pjrc.com/threads/24855-Anyone-have-comment-on-ARDUINO-1-5-5-r2-BETA-2014-01-10
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    Try a different USB hub? I had some issues...

    Try a different USB hub?

    I had some issues with that a couple years ago when I happened to be using an el-cheapo USB hub that I bought because it had individual switches on the ports that I...
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    If you just need to upload an arbitrary .hex...

    If you just need to upload an arbitrary .hex file, you can use the Teensy Loader application that came with Teensyduino.

    It's inside your Arduino.app bundle.

    Find your Arduino.app (whatever you...
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    Edit: I hope Paul gets to it some day. ;)

    Edit: I hope Paul gets to it some day. ;)
  11. I think Paul meant that response for a different...

    I think Paul meant that response for a different thread.

    I haven't done it myself, but I suspect your best bet will be a direct digital synthesis (DDS) IC. I understand some of those have...
  12. I don't see anything in the TimeAlarms library...

    I don't see anything in the TimeAlarms library that refers to month or year. It looks like it's more like a 7-day alarm rather than a general scheduler.

    From the code:


    uint8_t alarmType ...
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    Teensyduino under OSX uses the graphical...

    Teensyduino under OSX uses the graphical Teensy.app, not the CLI loader.

    Looking at the GitHub repository for teensy_loader_cli, it does look like the CLI loader is out of date.

    On top of what...
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    Hi Paul, I tried it on a couple of my...

    Hi Paul,

    I tried it on a couple of my projects, a T2 with not much in the way of external libraries, and a T3.1 using your 2.2" ILI display. This is not a deep test at all, but you wanted a data...
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    The language syntax is one thing, but Objective C...

    The language syntax is one thing, but Objective C also requires a pretty substantial runtime which probably is not a good fit for Teensy. At any rate, it would have to be ported because as I...
  16. Sweet. I'll grab your version. I should finally...

    Sweet. I'll grab your version. I should finally sign up on GitHub and learn how to use it.

    Cheers,
    Dave
  17. Hi Kurt, Thanks for your message in the other...

    Hi Kurt,

    Thanks for your message in the other thread. I went back and looked at the code again, and then looked at the Adafruit_GFX library.

    I don't think the original library is treating this...
  18. Still something odd in ILI9341_t3::drawChar?

    This is really fantastic! And I love the discussion about fonts.

    I just fired this up with a T3.1, 1.20rc2, and pulled the master of ILI9341_t3 from GitHub.

    I'm seeing something strange with...
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    You're right, the source to Paul's loader isn't...

    You're right, the source to Paul's loader isn't open. But there's an open-source host-side loader program and I believe there's an older open-source loader for the AVR that speaks the Halfkay...
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    PJRC is so fast and friendly, I can't see any...

    PJRC is so fast and friendly, I can't see any reason to go to eBay for Teensys. They really rip them out the door. I'm lucky enough to live in the same city with them but one time I got my order the...
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    PJRC sells the Mini54 chip that contains the...

    PJRC sells the Mini54 chip that contains the official boot loader for the Freescale ARM chip in the Teensy 3.x. The boot loader protocol is open and documented, so you could theoretically write your...
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    Frankly, the questions you're asking are probably...

    Frankly, the questions you're asking are probably only of interest to someone interested in making forged clones of the Teensy, and people here are not interested in helping you do that.
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    A minor suggestion, you might want to wrap those...

    A minor suggestion, you might want to wrap those pointer literal macros in a set of parentheses to be safer. I.e.:

    #define DMA_ERQ (*(volatile uint32_t *)0x4000800C)
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    This is a nice tech note (PDF) on how it's...

    This is a nice tech note (PDF) on how it's actually done. It describes the "old school" method for analog 27MHz transmitters, but it answers your questions.
    ...
  25. I don't have time to look at this right now (or...

    I don't have time to look at this right now (or my other Teensy projects) but this is really interesting stuff! Thanks!

    My gdb is rusty but doesn't "jump ResetHandler" take care of "set $pc =...
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    I haven't looked at the LPC800 series (ARM Cortex...

    I haven't looked at the LPC800 series (ARM Cortex M0+) till you mentioned it... the LPC800 web page seems to suggest that the only DIP package is DIP8, which would be extremely limiting, but the SO20...
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    OK, I understand better. You're not trying to...

    OK, I understand better. You're not trying to shave a few dollars off. You're trying to have a handle on every component so you truly understand what you're creating. That's a reasonable...
  28. I think you've accidentally stated the very...

    I think you've accidentally stated the very reason to be skeptical of your idea.

    If the security of your system depends on the source code being secret, then it's not encryption, it's security via...
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    You can use the AT90USB1286 standalone... that's...

    You can use the AT90USB1286 standalone... that's why Atmel is in business, and it's a great chip. You do need some more advanced skills and tools to work with the small TQFP package than to just...
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    Piero, most of this thread has been about...

    Piero, most of this thread has been about latencies, I guess mostly as an idea of what kind of performance character you can expect from Teensy3.

    It seems to me you also were asking about general...
  31. Very cool!

    Very cool!
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    I don't have my Teensyduino files in front of me...

    I don't have my Teensyduino files in front of me this moment but I believe TimerOne and TimerThree are AVR-specific... That is, they only work with Teensy2 (or, the AVR Arduinos I suppose)

    For...
  33. Thread: Teensy3.1 Keypad

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    Agreed, that's odd, but glad you got past the...

    Agreed, that's odd, but glad you got past the issue!
  34. Thread: Teensy3.1 Keypad

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    Please see: ...

    Please see:

    http://forum.pjrc.com/threads/15136-Please-Post-Code-amp-Details-In-Your-Question!

    Without your code and what you're trying to do, most people here can't help much.

    However, as a...
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    I'm not involved with Dorkbot (would like to be,...

    I'm not involved with Dorkbot (would like to be, will have to make time) but I've been nothing short of amazed at the responsiveness Paul's given to customers here on this site. The number of things...
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    Looks like a fun project... post updates! ...

    Looks like a fun project... post updates! Cheers, Dave
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    If you haven't seen it already, you'll probably...

    If you haven't seen it already, you'll probably get a great deal of inspiration here:

    http://pjrc.com/teensy/td_libs_OctoWS2811.html

    In particular look at the VideoDisplay stuff, which should...
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    Suggest using HC series 7400 chips instead of LS,...

    Suggest using HC series 7400 chips instead of LS, as the CMOS devices should work better with either 2.0 or 3.x Teensys, and will work with a Teensy 3.1 without level-shifting components (74LSxx ICs...
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    I speculate that not many are answering because...

    I speculate that not many are answering because they're trying not to steer you into a project that will frustrate you.

    Your question seems to imply that you are a novice. My apologies if that is...
  40. No, pressing the button won't erase the chip. It...

    No, pressing the button won't erase the chip. It just runs the boot loader to connect over USB to the Teensy Loader app. It won't erase unless the Teensy Loader app commands a chip erase. Pressing...
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