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    Perhaps this will work for you? 29871 ...

    Perhaps this will work for you?

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    Google for "micro-usb extension cable panel mount".

    Paul
  2. After testing, I believe you fixed it! Did about...

    After testing, I believe you fixed it!
    Did about 10 disconnects-reconnects, sent a lot of short and long strings and it never missed a single reply in the serial monitor window.

    Thanks,
    Paul
  3. Upgraded this afternoon to Arduino IDE 2.0.2, but...

    Upgraded this afternoon to Arduino IDE 2.0.2, but the problem persists. Sort of expected this after PaulStoffregen's remark above.
    Using Process Explorer > teensy-monitor.exe > Properties, I see the...
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    Yeah, understand your frustration. What I used...

    Yeah, understand your frustration.
    What I used to do, not specifically on Teensy, is to use a piece of kapton tape to cover the relevant components, like so:

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    That usually worked out...
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    Hmm, pity. Could there have been voltage spikes...

    Hmm, pity. Could there have been voltage spikes on the RX/TX lines?
    Since the boards seem to be damaged already, you could try one more thing [provided you have the equipment]: externally power the...
  6. You won't find that, see this message...

    You won't find that, see this message.

    Paul
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    The LDO (U4) is apparently in current-limiting...

    The LDO (U4) is apparently in current-limiting mode and most likely not dead. So your Teensy 4.1's might still be OK.
    My suggestion would be to remove the hot glue, the heat shrink and the thin wire...
  8. I think it does have a specific function: JTAG...

    I think it does have a specific function: JTAG TRST.

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    See also at the end of this page:

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    Paul
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    Perhaps there is an issue with the u8g2 library...

    Perhaps there is an issue with the u8g2 library running on a Teensy?
    You could try to run an example from the Adafruit SH1106 library.
    But like BriComp says: please share your code and connections...
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    That 5Mbit/s datarate effectively rules out...

    That 5Mbit/s datarate effectively rules out Bluetooth, see this info. That leaves WiFi the only obvious solution.
    Use an ESP32 module perhaps? See this thread.

    Paul
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    That choice depends on the wireless distance you...

    That choice depends on the wireless distance you need to cover, what datarate you need, the security you need, what powerconsumption is allowed, etc. There are too many wireless interfaces out there...
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    In the touchscreen examples,...

    In the touchscreen examples, www.repaa.net/draw.html is mentioned to show the results. That website can't be reached though.
    This one is: https://tecagile.com/online-touch-screen-test/.
    Here is the...
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    Probably the onboard 3V3 regulator is overloaded...

    Probably the onboard 3V3 regulator is overloaded and thus in current-limiting mode. You can measure the 3V3 pin to see what voltage is present there.
    Are you measuring on a bare Teensy or are any...
  14. Yes, yes and yes to your questions. The left 2...

    Yes, yes and yes to your questions. The left 2 dotstars will show the same color and the right 2 dotstars will show the same color.

    Paul
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    Perhaps this...

    Perhaps this thread can help you further.

    Paul
  16. No. Since your topology is parallel, all...

    No. Since your topology is parallel, all connected dotstars will receive the same SPI data and thus display the same color.
    So also this blog about how data is transferred through a string of...
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    They actually do, here...

    They actually do, here.

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    Paul
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    Assuming you are using a USB-A to USB-C data...

    Assuming you are using a USB-A to USB-C data cable, is there a way for you to measure continuity of the 4 signals from the USB-A connector to the corresponding pads on the Teensy 3.2? Also please...
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    OK. Perhaps you can share a close-up photo of...

    OK. Perhaps you can share a close-up photo of your wiring? I agree it should work as you described.

    Paul
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    You did not accidently use a USB-C charging-only...

    You did not accidently use a USB-C charging-only cable?

    Paul
  21. Installed teensy-discovery 1.57.1 29692 and...

    Installed teensy-discovery 1.57.1

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    and ran the tests 1 <CNTR + ENTER>, 2 <CNTR + ENTER>,3 <CNTR + ENTER>, 4 <CNTR + ENTER>, 5 <CNTR + ENTER>, then disconnect and reconnect.
    It started off...
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    The Enable signal [active low] of the TB6600 is...

    The Enable signal [active low] of the TB6600 is used for this purpose. When the Enable pin is high, the motor driver is not enabled and thus the motor is not driven.
    So in setup() the driver is...
  23. What is exactly the issue? Are you inserting a TS...

    What is exactly the issue? Are you inserting a TS jack into a TRS socket? Details matter...

    Paul
  24. I think this new Invalid FQBN error is not...

    I think this new Invalid FQBN error is not related to the missing serial responses after disconnecting and reconnecting the Teensy.
    Perhaps we should give Paul Stoffregen some time now to...
  25. Did you also disconnect and connect the Teensy...

    Did you also disconnect and connect the Teensy while in the IDE/Serial monitor and then try a number of keystrokes again?

    Paul
  26. From the Arduino IDE Tools menu, I had to...

    From the Arduino IDE Tools menu, I had to re-select the Teensy 4.1 board and now it compiles and uploads without any problem.
    But the initial problem is still there after disconnecting and...
  27. After updating to Arduino 2.0.1. and trying to...

    After updating to Arduino 2.0.1. and trying to compile the exact same code from message #6, I got this error:


    - Quited the Arduino IDE, disconnected the Teensy 4.1,
    - Re-opened the Arduino IDE...
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    On this...

    On this page, the following is stated:

    So you should be fine.

    Paul
  29. When using Arduino 1.8.19/Teensyduino 1.57, I...

    When using Arduino 1.8.19/Teensyduino 1.57, I don't see any missing responses after compiling and uploading and no missing responses after disconnecting-connecting.

    Paul
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    Thanks for letting me know the hall-sensor....

    Thanks for letting me know the hall-sensor.
    According to the datasheet the open collector output goes LOW when a magnet is closing in. And HIGH when the magnet moves away.
    So that needs a small...
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    After watching the video, it is my understanding...

    After watching the video, it is my understanding now that the Teensy will not only tilt the prop but also read the joystick and drive the propmotor and steer left & right. Is that correct?
    If so,...
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    Ah OK, just be aware to hook up the actual sensor...

    Ah OK, just be aware to hook up the actual sensor correctly. Do you have a datasheet or part# of the actual hall-sensor?


    Well, that is exactly what I did by adding the red condition:

    while...
  33. Another observation: right after compiling and...

    Another observation: right after compiling and uploading, all serial responses looks normal. But after disconnecting and connecting the Teensy, missing responses occur.

    Paul
  34. Hmm, see the same issue here. 29653 Steps to...

    Hmm, see the same issue here.
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    Steps to reproduce:
    1. Open Arduino IDE2
    Version: 2.0.0
    Date: 2022-09-14T07:06:37.759Z
    CLI Version: 0.27.1 [a900cfb2]
    Copyright © 2022 Arduino SA
    2....
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    Caution: since a Teensy 4.0 is NOT 5V tolerant,...

    Caution: since a Teensy 4.0 is NOT 5V tolerant, you should not pullup the outputs of the US1881 hall-sensors with that 10K resistor to the 5V. I hope your Teensy is still OK...
    Please remove the 10K...
  36. My suggestion would be to build the most basic...

    My suggestion would be to build the most basic circuit using the CTC-DRA-10-R2 Uno DMX module and measure the voltages on pin 29 & 36. And check the VCC & GND on the DMX board ofcourse.
    Perhaps pin...
  37. Used to have this Showtec LED Commander...

    Used to have this Showtec LED Commander. Easy to program.
    You can buy this controller for less than Ä150 [in Europe].

    Paul
  38. Don't think so. Made a setup with a Teensy 3.2...

    Don't think so.
    Made a setup with a Teensy 3.2 with the following code:

    // https://github.com/ssilverman/TeensyDMX/
    #include <TeensyDMX.h>

    namespace teensydmx = ::qindesign::teensydmx;...
  39. Possibly. If I interpret the datasheet of the...

    Possibly. If I interpret the datasheet of the 6N137 and 6N138 correctly, than the 6N138 needs a LED current of If = 1.6mA, while the 6N137 is specified for Ifh = 5mA minimum.
    And since the MIDI...
  40. TeensyDMX is not the issue. When I comment out...

    TeensyDMX is not the issue.
    When I comment out the lines in red from your code in message #4, DMX is outputted correctly.

    #include <TeensyDMX.h> ...
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    Thanks for showing your application. If your...

    Thanks for showing your application.
    If your required functionality is like this:
    - as long as the switch is in position 1 (let's say up) the stepper motor turns such that the prop goes up, or,
    -...
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    Looks OK, you have the controller connected in...

    Looks OK, you have the controller connected in Common-Cathode mode [according to this spec].

    What I'm a bit worried about is whether the output voltage of the Teensy (being 3V3 max) is enough to...
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    Assuming your toggle switch is electrically like...

    Assuming your toggle switch is electrically like this [with neutral position]:
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    If so, connect C to GND, 1 to Teensy pin 3 and 2 to Teensy pin 4. Then try the code below. BOLD is added code....
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    It's almost impossible to give you a relevant...

    It's almost impossible to give you a relevant advice without seeing the code [see on top of this page: Forum Rule: Always post complete source code & details to reproduce any issue!].
    You said your...
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    @enxa: you may want to download USBtreeview...

    @enxa: you may want to download USBtreeview.
    That tool will clearly show whether your Teensy is connected over USB.

    With the Blink sketch running:
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    When you press the Program button:...
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    This company has 3pcs on stock:...

    This company has 3pcs on stock: https://www.tinytronics.nl/shop/en/data-storage/modules/teensy-prop-shield-with-motion-sensors
    I order parts from them regularly - they usually ship within 1 day.
    ...
  47. The NCV8186 regulator is over-current protected...

    The NCV8186 regulator is over-current protected therefor it is rather unliky to fail internally.
    I would look really close for shorts on the rest of the board. There could even be metal particles...
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    It's here...

    It's here. Part of Animations.ino.

    Paul
  49. Purchased 2pc genuine HC-12 modules and hooked...

    Purchased 2pc genuine HC-12 modules and hooked them up to a Teensy 4.1 and a Teensy LC.

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    They are communicating as expected, see this screendump using Arduino IDE 2.0:

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    Used...
  50. Found this message...

    Found this message: So far, SoftwareSerial is transmit only on Teensy 4.x, when not using pins which are a real hardware serial port.
    On a Teensy 4.1, pins 7 & 8 are hardware serial ports: pin 7 =...
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