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    Hi everyone, I haven't been nearly as...

    Hi everyone,

    I haven't been nearly as responsive here as I'd like to be, since I've had a lot going on over the last several weeks, some of which was unexpected.

    I'll be on a train with Wi-Fi...
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    Hi all, Iím sorry for my silence this past week,...

    Hi all, Iím sorry for my silence this past week, Iíve been extraordinarily busy. Iíll try to catch up with everyone on here tonight.
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    Hey all! You guys are awesome. Got home...

    Hey all!

    You guys are awesome.

    Got home safely, but then had a crazy busy weekend.

    Looks like I have some work to do!

    I should be able to make revisions this week. I might hold off on...
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    Wow, thanks everyone for all the detailed tests...

    Wow, thanks everyone for all the detailed tests and replies here!

    Just wanted to pop in and say that I'm away from home until late on Wednesday (9/18) so I won't be able to ship anything else out...
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    How do folks feel about this kind of battery...

    How do folks feel about this kind of battery holder?

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    Only works with 1220 (and maybe 1225) cells, but that's the most common thickness anyway.

    Examples:

    MPD BC501SM
    Keystone 1056
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    My technique with these has been: apply flux,...

    My technique with these has been: apply flux, place component, tape it down if necessary (I usually don't), heat up it tip of one pad without touching the header, then apply some solder to the pad...
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    I agree. The most difficult thing for me is the...

    I agree. The most difficult thing for me is the SD socket because of its little overhang. I'm excited to investigate the possibility of the "removable" cover, because that alone could remedy this....
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    I have Socket Kits put together now. Happy to...

    I have Socket Kits put together now. Happy to send you one! That goes for anyone else beta testing too. Let me know if you'd like a Socket Kit and/or another Breakout kit along with it.



    This...
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    I don't think the (stated) 0.43 mm difference...

    I don't think the (stated) 0.43 mm difference would matter in practice, and I suspect that the same pogo pins would still work too.

    Keep in mind that to fully socket the Teensy (3.6 or 4.0) you'd...
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    I order these headers directly from Samtec. Their...

    I order these headers directly from Samtec. Their online ordering is fine overall, but very annoying when it comes to shipping costs since it doesn't calculate them for you, so you just have to...
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    The back of the pinout card will have the...

    The back of the pinout card will have the dimensional drawing on it.

    The mux table will be printed on legal size paper (8.5 x 14) so will be easy to read.
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    Here's a revised pinout card: Added CS1 to...

    Here's a revised pinout card:

    Added CS1 to pin 0
    Added MISO1 to pin 1
    Reduced the size of the gray digital pin number bubbles
    Rearranged the blue & green bubbles on the left side
    Swapped...
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    Ok, this is a bit of a tangent, but... I made...

    Ok, this is a bit of a tangent, but...

    I made a pin mux table based on section 9.1.1 (pages 289-316) of the i.MX RT1060 Processor Reference Manual.

    i.MX RT1060 Pin Mux Table
    CSV (zipped):...
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    Dis you mean will the back of the card have...

    Dis you mean will the back of the card have anything on it? I wasn't planning on it. Anything useful you'd like to see there?
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    I don't know yet. I still have to get my hands on...

    I don't know yet. I still have to get my hands on one of those pressure fit connectors to test it with the flex cable. The datasheet indicates a recommended thickness of 3.0 Ī 0.05 mm and the flex...
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    So, I cross-referenced my pinout card with the...

    So, I cross-referenced my pinout card with the data from @KurtE, and this is the result:

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    Light red background = Not currently included on pinout card
    Red text = Alternate pin for this...
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    Thanks for the feedback everyone! I don't...

    Thanks for the feedback everyone!

    I don't think I'm going to send out any of the first run (mistake) boards, just because I don't want to cause any unnecessary confusion (for myself or anyone...
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    The basic kit will include totally generic...

    The basic kit will include totally generic tin-plated square-post header strips.

    The ones pictured here, which will be included in the optional Socket Kit, are Samtec low-profile socket strips...
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    The assembled (socketed) breakout without Teensy:...

    The assembled (socketed) breakout without Teensy:
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    The assembly showing flex cable and socket (the locking tab is flipped up in the left photo):
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    The Teensy by itself with...
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    Here's an update! I got the first batch of...

    Here's an update!

    I got the first batch of test boards back. The flex cables look good, and seem to work fine, both in terms of direct soldering, or when used with a connector socket. They are...
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    PM sent. Yes, there certainly will be a...

    PM sent.



    Yes, there certainly will be a pre-assembled option!
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    Cool, just sent you a PM.

    Cool, just sent you a PM.
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    For the basic breakout kit, the flex cable would...

    For the basic breakout kit, the flex cable would actually be intended to be soldered on both ends. The connector part would be included with a separate socket kit. I don't think there's any reason to...
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    Latest revision. This is likely to be the first...

    Latest revision. This is likely to be the first limited pre-production run of boards and cables:


    Modified flex cable shape for better clearance around the VUSB pin header.
    Routed all traces...
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    Thanks! PM sent. Thanks! I just sent KurtE...

    Thanks! PM sent.



    Thanks! I just sent KurtE a PM too.
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    Don't know what happened there, but I resent it....

    Don't know what happened there, but I resent it.



    PM sent.



    No prob. Let me know if things settle down and you'd like to hop in!
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    Just sent you guys private messages to follow up...

    Just sent you guys private messages to follow up about this.
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    If I were to make a few pre-release breakout...

    If I were to make a few pre-release breakout boards, are there some folks who'd be interested in putting the USB host port through some rigorous testing? Shipped out free, of course. Let me know and...
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    Some updates: 17206 17208 Added SD...

    Some updates:

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    Added SD card bypass cap pads, moved SD socket a little.
    Removed redundant 3V3 and GND pads from Teensy footprint.
    Added ON button pads, moved VUSB-VIN...
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    Based on the feedback already received, you can...

    Based on the feedback already received, you can see a revised pin layout on the breakout image below. VHST would be the output from a TPD3S014. Not entirely sure how I'll handle this as a kit yet...
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    Soldering a 1 mm pitch flex cable should be ok. I...

    Soldering a 1 mm pitch flex cable should be ok. I think. I'm excited to try, at least.

    The cost isn't too bad. It's looking like roughly $0.50 per flex board. The connectors are comparable to...
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    I think this is totally reasonable, and I'll...

    I think this is totally reasonable, and I'll probably make this change for these reasons.



    Good catch. Not a huge deal, but there's an easy solution: I'll move ON and PG over to the same side...
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    Are you talking about the D+, D-, etc. pins in...

    Are you talking about the D+, D-, etc. pins in the lower-left of the top image? I could see about rearranging these to match the 5-pin order. Since there are several extra GNDs, there's room for it....
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    Teensy 4.0 Breakout Kit

    Hi,

    Congrats on the Teensy 4.0 release!

    I'm working on a breakout kit for this, and I'd love to get some feedback before producing the first run.

    Here's what I've got so far:

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    The rails are especially useful in situations...

    The rails are especially useful in situations where you want to connect a SVG (signal, voltage, ground) header/cable.
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    I'm leaning toward removing the switches entirely...

    I'm leaning toward removing the switches entirely and having only solder jumpers in place of them.

    Default configuration would be: VIN-VUSB = ON (cut trace to turn off), USB-HOST = OFF (solder the...
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    Thanks! Maybe I should add some solder jumpers...

    Thanks! Maybe I should add some solder jumpers too, so the switches could be omitted as an option.
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    NST3.2 (Not So Teensy 3.2)

    Hi there,

    This is a fully functioning prototype.

    It has identical features, pinout, and dimensions as this (assembled):
    https://www.tindie.com/products/loglow/teensy-32-breakout-revision-d/
    ...
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    Feedback Wanted: Teensy 3.2 "Stamp"

    Hello,

    I recently put together this little board, and I'd love to get feedback!


    It should have 100% software & functionality compatibility with the Teensy 3.2
    It's programmable via Teensy...
  40. Hi, and I'm sorry about the recent stock trouble!...

    Hi, and I'm sorry about the recent stock trouble!

    It ended up being a perfect storm between a large unexpected wholesale order from Germany coinciding with the Chinese new year, which basically...
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    I'm alive and responding! Glenn just caught me in...

    I'm alive and responding! Glenn just caught me in the middle of some intense travel days, and the timing was unfortunate. My fault & sincere apologies.
  42. On the DIP-64 breakout the RESET signal is not...

    On the DIP-64 breakout the RESET signal is not broken out, but extra-long headers are provided so the internal through-hole pins can be connected easily to jumper wires or DuPont headers or the like....
  43. I think you might've missed the shipping options...

    I think you might've missed the shipping options on Tindie.

    I currently offer flat-rate shipping via USPS, UPS, and FedEx within the United States, and all of those plus DHL internationally:
    ...
  44. You're right about this. The photos on the...

    You're right about this. The photos on the project page are taken of a "socketed" assembly, which is currently only available as an assembled option, but will very soon be available as a separate...
  45. All of the surface-mount headers are on the same...

    All of the surface-mount headers are on the same 0.1" grid. To be honest, I just spread some flux on, align them by eye, tack them in place, and solder them on. You have to be careful, but they don't...
  46. Great to hear! In case anyone else is curious...

    Great to hear! In case anyone else is curious what EBRAddict is talking about, the kits all come with these 5" x 7" printed pinout cards, which are also available in PDF form if you click the...
  47. Yes! See here:...

    Yes! See here: https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/40813

    More in the works too...
  48. Awesome! Thanks for letting me know about this. I...

    Awesome! Thanks for letting me know about this. I think this might be the first "coverage" (that I know of) that any of my products have gotten!
  49. Teensy 3.5/3.6 Breakouts Available Now + Discount for PJRC Forum Members

    Hello!

    Two of my new Teensy 3.5/3.6 breakout kits are now available on Tindie.

    Features common to both kits:


    Use many additional Teensy pins in a breadboard-friendly configuration.
    ...
  50. If I'm understanding your question correctly, the...

    If I'm understanding your question correctly, the answer is:

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