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  1. Just READ post #57 properly.

    Just READ post #57 properly.
  2. I compiled the Receive.ino in the EBYTE_E220...

    I compiled the Receive.ino in the EBYTE_E220 examples without any problem. The library was found just fine.
    Be aware that the library you have chosen to use was the one that I started with (the E32...
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    Ok, it might be worth putting through a dummy...

    Ok, it might be worth putting through a dummy order, just to see what the charges are likely to be.
    Just out of interest let me know how you get on.

    PS: I don't have any connection with the PiHut...
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    Perhaps you could order from other distributors,...

    Perhaps you could order from other distributors, for Example PiHut in the UK. They have delivery charges for most of the world.
    I believe a T4.1 delivered from them without vat would be $40. You...
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    Can't you get the PJRC stuff from a local...

    Can't you get the PJRC stuff from a local distributor?
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    So according to their naming NONE of these should...

    So according to their naming NONE of these should be used on T4.x USBHost_t36, ST7735_t3, ILI9488_t3, ILI9341_t3?
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    True, but there are a large number of libraries...

    True, but there are a large number of libraries that were developed for the t3.x or t35/t36 which are labelled just that but are also intended NOW to be used for t4.x as well.
    By the same argument...
  8. Struggling with 3V to 5V and the converse, you might find this useful.

    Microchip 3v Tips 'n Tricks.
  9. Been Playing around with this on and off all day....

    Been Playing around with this on and off all day.
    Finally found my STUPID mistake and working fine now.
    Works at 230400 baud.
    Boy does it FLY!


    /************************
    Send and Receive...
  10. 29389Difficult to see if they are empty pads or...

    29389Difficult to see if they are empty pads or pull up resistors.
    That other solder joint does not look very good. Worth checking the other side of the board,
  11. That sounds promising. Perhaps the pull up...

    That sounds promising.
    Perhaps the pull up resistors are not strong enough or not present.
    Try 4k7 Pull Up Resistors,

    @Kurt I think the alignment is OK, otherwise the display would not have...
  12. There is some parallax in the photo making it...

    There is some parallax in the photo making it slightly difficult to see what connection goes to what pin.

    My guess is 5V to supply from Vin, 0V from GND and C from SCL and D from SDA.

    However,...
  13. // i2c_scanner //...

    // i2c_scanner
    // http://playground.arduino.cc/Main/I2cScanner
    //
    // Version 1
    // This program (or code that looks like it)
    // can be found in many places.
    // For example on the...
  14. Can you post your new code for the sending and...

    Can you post your new code for the sending and the receiving Teensy.
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    Isn't the above clear?

    Isn't the above clear?
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    He says which in Post #24.

    He says which in Post #24.
  17. #define CH2 Serial7 #define CH1 Serial6 /*...

    #define CH2 Serial7
    #define CH1 Serial6

    /* Data Type to be sent received */
    struct dataType {
    float vPos, hPos, vCurrent, hCurrent;
    };

    dataType a, i; // Variables to hold the data for...
  18. Thanks I will give it a go next time, for the...

    Thanks I will give it a go next time, for the moment I have gone back to Arduino 1.18 / Visual Studio + Visual Micro.
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    Please show your code. Don't forget to use the #...

    Please show your code. Don't forget to use the # button when you do that.
  20. An ACTUAL error this time. Attempted to use...

    An ACTUAL error this time. Attempted to use Arduino 2.0 with the above .json and BitDefender threw the following hissy fit
    29366
    It stopped everything working, then re-booted and cleared things out...
  21. Just tried to install on Arduino 2.0 and came up...

    Just tried to install on Arduino 2.0 and came up with the error shown below
    29365

    EDIT: PLEASE IGNORE I HAD DROPPED OFF THE "H" AT THE START OF HTTPS....Ooops
  22. Sorry should have said the # button on the reply...

    Sorry should have said the # button on the reply form (or whatever).
    29363
  23. The author has validated the code for Teensy 3.x,...

    The author has validated the code for Teensy 3.x, Teensy 4.x and Teensy LC so presumably he didn't find any peculiarities for the 4.x.
    Hopefully he will see your request and respond. He should be...
  24. Sorry I didn't see that. When I tried to compile...

    Sorry I didn't see that. When I tried to compile your program the compiler could not find sbus.h.
  25. #include "sbus.h" /* SbusRx object on Serial1...

    #include "sbus.h"

    /* SbusRx object on Serial1 */
    bfs::SbusRx sbus_rx(&Serial1);

    /* Array for storing SBUS data */
    std::array<int16_t, bfs::SbusRx::NUM_CH()> sbus_data;

    void setup() {
    /*...
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    Oh, OK, so similar time zones. That would make...

    Oh, OK, so similar time zones. That would make things easier.
    Just get on with generating the specification, if you need any help, I am here.

    EDIT:
    As a first suggestion, to ease development, I...
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    I would guess that this is a good place. Bear...

    I would guess that this is a good place.

    Bear in mind that the Teensy is an Arduino compatible device, though with expansions to make it incredibly better, so Arduino capable persons may also be...
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    It's NOT possible to get the Source code (the...

    It's NOT possible to get the Source code (the text code) out of the Teensy.
    You will need the code from the person who wrote it. Otherwise start from scratch.
    I am sure there are people here that...
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    Obviously NOT a straight drop in. The IO on the...

    Obviously NOT a straight drop in.
    The IO on the 3.2 are 5v tolerant whereas the 4.1 is limited to 3.3v. This problem can be overcome with the use of the appropriate level shifters.
    It's difficult...
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    That IS the "standard Arduino SD library" but NOT...

    That IS the "standard Arduino SD library" but NOT the one you should use.
    If the compiler/linker does use this one you will get an error.
    If you wish to use the Arduino one for other MCU targets...
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    Ooh a bit of gouging!!

    Ooh a bit of gouging!!
  32. Better to put Serial.begin(9600); while...

    Better to put
    Serial.begin(9600);
    while (!Serial && millis()<5000){}
    This means that the while loop will wait for 5 seconds, and then continue if it does not find Serial.
    You could probably use...
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    #include //eventually...

    #include <CapacitiveSensor.h>

    //eventually this code should:
    //read 16 capacitive inputs
    //if touch is detected, send corresponding midi note
    //take average velocity from two piezometric disks...
  34. // Set as global variables. PeriodicTimer...

    // Set as global variables.
    PeriodicTimer timers[4] = { PeriodicTimer(), PeriodicTimer(), PeriodicTimer(), PeriodicTimer() };

    // This function is called when the raising edge of the Sync Pulse is...
  35. You stated that you were going to use the more...

    You stated that you were going to use the more powerful Lora so that you could get extra speed out of it!

    You accuracy (acracy??!) needs are MEGA Volts and Amps??
    Mains hum is ALL AROUND you!!
    ...
  36. Did you NOT read the post(s) I was pointing you...

    Did you NOT read the post(s) I was pointing you towards. This explains the need for the 74HCT245.
    You do NOT need the E220-90030D version, the E220-90022D is quite capable for what you need.

    You...
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    You could try to put your version of...

    You could try to put your version of HardwareSerial.h and HardwareSerial.cpp into your project folder along with the .ino file that calls them.
    It might be further sensible to change their names to...
  38. You need to use these 74HCT245 see here...

    You need to use these 74HCT245 see here.
    I assume that that is 150F NOT 150C and all voltages and currents are DC.
  39. STOP THINKING ABOUT HOW TO CONNECT THINGS...

    STOP THINKING ABOUT HOW TO CONNECT THINGS TOGETHER!!!

    FIRST list the parameters you wish to measure, their ranges and how far they are from the Teensy.

    Thinking about how to connect things...
  40. You have not stated what current and voltage you...

    You have not stated what current and voltage you want to measure and whether it is AC or DC.
    What temperature do you plan to measure (range), air temp, surface temp@??
    You cannot use anything like...
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    Would not one of these ...

    Would not one of these not help to sort that problem?
    Tie the output disable to a resistor network supplied by the 3.3V line.
    The voltage regulator turns on when the Vdis line reaches 2V. So when...
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    should be as.

    should be as.
  43. Are you using VisualMicro ...

    Are you using VisualMicro with Visual Studio?
    If not, this is the way to go with VS. It mimics the Arduino IDE and has all the bits n pieces to handle Encryption upload.
  44. In that case this ...

    In that case this should be useful.
  45. I found this ...

    I found this on the PICO W. It shows how to set a led on (which we don't want to do) but also setting data (temperature) on a rudimentary web page.
    Unfortunately it's in Python. But it's a start.
  46. 29172 As far as your home link to phone/whatever...

    29172
    As far as your home link to phone/whatever you could use a Raspberry pi PICO W.

    Connect the PICO W to the Teensy using a Serial UART link.

    Pass the relevant data to the PICO W which is...
  47. As far as using the libraries, as long as you...

    As far as using the libraries, as long as you don't use any of the features that are specific to the E22 or E220, your code will work with all the libraries without change.

    I have my version of...
  48. There seems to be some confusion. The E32, E22...

    There seems to be some confusion.

    The E32, E22 and E220 are all Ebyte modules.

    The E32 is the original. Then came the E22 which was said to be improved over the E32. This (the E22) was said to...
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    Bear in mind that we are not Psychic. We don't...

    Bear in mind that we are not Psychic. We don't know how you have connected your bits and pieces nor what errors you get when you compile the program.
    So please post clear pictures of your setup...
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    See here ...

    See here for library and examples.
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