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  1. Thanks for the clarifications.

    Thanks for the clarifications.
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    I did pick the Teensy 3.2 for specifically that...

    I did pick the Teensy 3.2 for specifically that reason, after asking this question about input voltages the other day. Might be a good idea to have an external regulator anyway, as you're...
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    Good to know. The advice in your first reply...

    Good to know. The advice in your first reply about using capacitors to filter motor noise got me Googling and led me to this:

    http://hydraraptor.blogspot.com/2007/09/dc-to-daylight.html

    ...in...
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    Thanks for all the suggestions! Hopefully in the...

    Thanks for all the suggestions! Hopefully in the next couple of weeks I'll be able to put together a new schematic incorporating them all.

    About my jitter concern: I'm mostly thinking about the...
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    Quadruped controlled by quadruped

    I'm designing my first Teensy project of any complexity, and I would love to get feedback before I make any foreseeable mistakes. It's a quadruped robot controlled by a small imitation of itself:...
  6. Thanks. I see that there's thermal protection on...

    Thanks. I see that there's thermal protection on the voltage regulator at 160 degrees Celsius, but I don't see any thermal monitoring circuitry. Is it more a matter of putting full load on it for a...
  7. VIN up to 7.2V after VUSB-VIN cut on Teensy 3.2/3.5, but not on LC/3.0/3.1/3.6?

    Paul's comment #4 in this thread:

    https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/54054-Teensy-3-5-could-withstand-6-4V-Vin

    ...leads me to believe that it might be possible to run some, but not all, Teensy...
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