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  1. Haha. I'm not thinking of inserting it. I want it...

    Haha. I'm not thinking of inserting it. I want it monitoring 24/7. I don't care if it means wearing a headband or some kind of collar to keep the sensor in place.

    It's also easy to add more...
  2. How about using a Medical thermometer to...

    How about using a Medical thermometer to calibrate a home-brew DS18B20 based logger? - which is what I plan to do.

    That way, no electronic microsurgery is needed for a user to get one working.
  3. Making progress on project# 1. Not wasting effort...

    Making progress on project# 1. Not wasting effort on jumper wires, currently have an off-cut of protoboard populated with headers and pins soldered for full T3.2 breakout, 1-bit SD, either Nokia or...
  4. Yeah, I was reading of that method yesterday....

    Yeah, I was reading of that method yesterday. Personally, I don't want to wear any piece of gear that emits RF and am happy to wear a sensor, cabled to a small box.

    After shopping, looking at the...
  5. The DS18B20's datasheet indicates that it's...

    The DS18B20's datasheet indicates that it's maximum resolution is 0.0625 Deg C.

    Accuracy +/- 0.5 Deg C from -10 to +85 Deg.


    At first sight, one might suggest that DS18B20 accuracy may be less...
  6. I think I'm gonna watch "The life of Brian" later...

    I think I'm gonna watch "The life of Brian" later as a mental health top-up.

    Did I hear right that the Brits are "suspending mortgage repayments"?
  7. Thank you TelephoneBill. Graciously accepted. ...

    Thank you TelephoneBill. Graciously accepted.

    This unfolding covid virus is the least of my health concerns. A genetic timebomb, armed by stress and triggered by adverse near-fatal reaction to...
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    Doctors are petitioning govt to lockdown...

    Doctors are petitioning govt to lockdown Australia. Looking more and more like a rough ride ahead for all on starship Earth. Best wishes to all.
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    More food for thought. Does using different T4...

    More food for thought.

    Does using different T4 clock freqs change the radio's behaviour?


    Here's another. http://www.hardwarebook.info/S/PDIF_output


    WRT the Simple S/PDIF output without...
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    A 10 Cm patch cable is probably going to look...

    A 10 Cm patch cable is probably going to look like like a pretty good antenna for the sharp edges a T4 can produce. The receiver front end may be being "desensitised" by strong out of band signal.
    ...
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    In:- void LFOupdate(bool retrig, byte mode,...

    In:-

    void LFOupdate(bool retrig, byte mode, float FILtop, float FILbottom) //etc
    It looks like the Lfo has 16 modes and

    if (digitalRead(SWlfo)) {
    if (LFOmodeSelect < 8) LFOmodeSelect =...
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    Possibly contains the answer. Assuming that the...

    Possibly contains the answer. Assuming that the sound levels exceed the dynamic range of the Microphone itself, my suggestion would be to set up the mics in situ and look at their output on an...
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    A quick web search re: the T-56 speed sensor ...

    A quick web search re: the T-56 speed sensor indicates that it is a variable reluctance sensor.

    Typically a variable reluctance sensor produces positive and negative-going pulses of variable...
  14. iConnectivity USB host - TeensyMidi issue

    Hi Paul.
    Prompted by recent posts by forum User bolau re:- iCconnectivity's Usb-host port and Teensy Midi. Having a MIO-10 and a looming need for more available Midi ports, I did some digging and ...
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    MIO-10 Usb Device descriptor info

    @Paul. Using Microsoft's UsbView, here's iConnectivity's MIO-10 Usb Descriptor details looking at it's Primary device port (Rear Panel):-


    [Port2] : USB Composite Device


    Device Power...
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    I gave up stumbling around in the dark and...

    I gave up stumbling around in the dark and sidestepped the Teensy Midi - MIO-10 issue for now with another rackmount Midi interface.

    In relation to the iConnectivity MIO-10 Midi interface, I read...
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    If you don't mind some soldering, this usually...

    If you don't mind some soldering, this usually works.

    18806

    Note that for a 3.3v board you would feed it with +3.3v.
  18. Hey thanks for running with the idea. I'm not up...

    Hey thanks for running with the idea. I'm not up to speed with all the details of which pin goes where yet. Been mulling over building a Teensy synth incorporating some tricks I used in a self-build...
  19. Watching with interest. Any thoughts of...

    Watching with interest.

    Any thoughts of solderable bow-tie jumper arrangement to allow use on T3x?
  20. Hey @AussieCrochunter from another Aussie. Here's...

    Hey @AussieCrochunter from another Aussie. Here's the code from my Pedalboard. Note that each pedal has individual map.


    // MatrixRat's Teensy LC USB Midi 5-Pedal board.
    // Board type = Teensy...
  21. A few tips:- Ground any pot metalwork. Fairly...

    A few tips:-

    Ground any pot metalwork. Fairly straightforward in a non-conductive housing. In a metal housing you need to be mindful of any potential ground loops in your grounding strategy.

    A...
  22. I'm using Win7 and a bunch of Midi gear and had...

    I'm using Win7 and a bunch of Midi gear and had issues with USB Midi ports disappearing randomly. After much head scratching, found a thread relating to issues with some Windows PC USB3 host...
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    Sticky: I'm an Aussie and have ordered from Core...

    I'm an Aussie and have ordered from Core Electronics and had no problems,
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    The 10k pullups on the Adafruit's Fram breakout...

    The 10k pullups on the Adafruit's Fram breakout may not be low enough. You might try adding 3.3k pullups at the LC end.

    Worked here. Cheers.
  25. Something like this useful? 18469 Found here:-...

    Something like this useful?
    18469
    Found here:-
    https://4dsystems.com.au/products/4d-intelligent-hmi-display-modules/arduino-compatible-kits?p=4&product_list_limit=42
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    Thank you Paul. More pins and header shunts to be...

    Thank you Paul. More pins and header shunts to be added so end-user can configure accordingly.

    All the best.
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    T3.5/6 I2c pin re-assignment query

    On T3.5/6, is it possible to re-direct SCL1,2 or 3 to Pin 35 and the corresponding SDA1,2 or 3 to Pin 30.

    Reason being that I'm building a piece of hardware on a Mega protoshield intended to work...
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    Thank you again defragster, I've got it *mostly*...

    Thank you again defragster, I've got it *mostly* working now in that EEprom writes are no longer blocked and the list of dirty kludges has diminished to ONE. Yay!
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    Thank you defragster. Didn't think of inserting...

    Thank you defragster. Didn't think of inserting the hyphen when searching for nonBlocking. PEBKAC error!

    While I was in there, scrolled down the page and found the solution to the basis of...
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    Thanks defragster and KurtE. Recent re-format...

    Thanks defragster and KurtE. Recent re-format drill. No other IDE install folder.

    Compiler verbage indicates that it's looking in the right place for Teensy's version of the Wire library and I...
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    Need Wire.endTransmissionNonblocking();

    Hi Folks.
    Am working on a Mega based device found on Git. Have built one and got it working. It could use more horsepower and less hardware real estate so I've managed to get it *partially* working...
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    Never mind, I got over that hurdle.

    Never mind, I got over that hurdle.
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    Porting Mega code to T3_2 and softReset

    Hi folks and thanks for reading.

    The device has three buttons and two pots and a led display as a user interface and has the capability of being controlled remotely so therefore the code has two...
  34. I prefer the smooth square pin of the WireWrap...

    I prefer the smooth square pin of the WireWrap type. Some stackable headers I've used are pretty rough on the contact face and remind me of a file every time inserted / removed.
  35. Honestly, I prefer these:- ...

    Honestly, I prefer these:-

    https://au.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Gravitech/8Fx1L-254mm?qs=%2Fha2pyFaduiCaLlyPW%252BOf56lo4LzJE2QfhQHm1qpRRNgmluYncIL6Q%3D%3D

    Might cost more but give less trouble...
  36. Something like this is handy in the toolkit....

    Something like this is handy in the toolkit.
    18255
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    Thanks neurofun. Will play with that and start a...

    Thanks neurofun. Will play with that and start a new thread if needed.
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    Are those range sensors polite enough to let you...

    Are those range sensors polite enough to let you power them up, read then power them down in sequence so as to spread out the power drain?

    I hope I'm not getting Off-topic here but a hand up from...
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    Any Teensy from LC to 3_6 should do it.

    Any Teensy from LC to 3_6 should do it.
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    You need to choose a USB type Midi in Tools so...

    You need to choose a USB type Midi in Tools so the compiler knows to use it. I don't think T4 supports USB Mid yet.
  41. This is a Windows Class Compliant Midi device...

    This is a Windows Class Compliant Midi device driver issue in that you can only make ONE connection to a USB-Midi port. I believe that this is sorted for Win 10.

    So in Win7, we're stuck with...
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    Couple of points from early days in RF.: Any...

    Couple of points from early days in RF.:
    Any mismatch in the Transmitter>feedline>antenna arrangement can cause the feedline to radiate energy. Sharp bends in the feedline are best avoided.
    Sensor...
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    Have just finished testing the same mods on an...

    Have just finished testing the same mods on an earlier MEGA based controller. Cleaned it right up. Next, copy paste same into another MEGA based rig featuring many more pots, multiplexers and a pile...
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    Thank you again Nominal Animal. Following on...

    Thank you again Nominal Animal.
    Following on from my previous post, I've played with and implemented your suggested code and it works. The quantization error you highlighted had made itself obvious...
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    Thank you Nominal Animal for your thoughtful...

    Thank you Nominal Animal for your thoughtful response. I've not considered using log pots and usually don't if looking for decent behavior in audio for level or pan. Even so-called linear pots are...
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    Using map() with Midi controller pots

    Greetings everyone.
    Thanks in advance for reading. Am working on an ever evolving Midi controller seeking advice using the map() function for pot calibration.
    Before I added map() to the mix, I...
  47. Typos in Teensy>USB_MIDI>TransmitEverything

    Hi folks. Discovered Typos in Teensy>Examples>USB_MIDI>TransmitEverything.

    IDE 1.8.9 TD1.47, From line 143:-


    case 21:
    usbMIDI.beginNrpn(417, channel, cable);
    ...
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    Thank you for your thoughts vjmuzik. I get the...

    Thank you for your thoughts vjmuzik. I get the idea, will look into permutations and combinations at some point. TE's offering looks like it would work too. I've got it sorted using Copperlan to...
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    Thanks guys, that helped put things in focus...

    Thanks guys, that helped put things in focus leading to some exploratory plug jockeying:-

    Arturia's BSPro, class compliant, single client. Have usually used it's Din for Midi so had not previously...
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    Teensy USB-Midi single client?

    Hi folks. I've been building some USB-Midi interface/ controllers using LC's and 3.2's. and although everything works as intended, Ive found that I can only make one single connection to a...
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