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    15 Teensy's and counting.

    I wanted to update anyone who is building a larger project using multiple Teensy's. I am up to 15 now all on one PC and all have been working very well. They are in a pretty harsh environment electrically and still work like champs. Talking shared DC AC gnds, 400Hz AC power 5 12 and 28Vdc with lots of potential problems. Still they work and work and work. Below is a pic of my project in its current state. Lots more work to do and probably 10 more Teeny's needed.

    Just added a link with video of the sim in action.

    Rob

    https://youtu.be/dJwXRpJ_9lU

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    Awesome work!
    Is this a 737-200 cockpit ?

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raflyer View Post
    I wanted to update anyone who is building a larger project using multiple Teensy's. I am up to 15 now all on one PC and all have been working very well. They are in a pretty harsh environment electrically and still work like champs. Talking shared DC AC gnds, 400Hz AC power 5 12 and 28Vdc with lots of potential problems. Still they work and work and work. Below is a pic of my project in its current state. Lots more work to do and probably 10 more Teeny's needed.
    Amazing work, Rob! Thanks for the update!

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    Wow, that is an impressive build!

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    Quote Originally Posted by addictedtobass View Post
    Awesome work!
    Is this a 737-200 cockpit ?

    Cheers.
    Yes, it is 737-200 using all the real parts. Amazing how all this worked everyday hauling us all around the world at some point. Thanks for the kind words all.
    Rob

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    I am very impressed.

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    I am very impressed, too.

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    Awesome build!

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    Super cool!

    Is there a blog post or write up of this?

    How do you deal with the multiple teensys showing up on different USB ports? (ie teensy1 showing up on /dev/ttyUSB1 one time and /dev/ttyUSB2 the next) Or is it irrelevant and you just see them as a bunch of USB hid devices?

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