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    Question about the software:
    In the manual "TeensyBat User Manual V 1.3.pdf" it says on page 1:
    "Right Button (R-Button). ........... Long press to write a screen capture to SD if card present."

    It seems this is not working in the software version I use: TB_V131_T41_DEEPSLEEP_PWM.hex

    Do I do something wrong? Do I need another version? Or is there a bug/omission?

    Regards, Eef

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    Quote Originally Posted by aristo_eef View Post
    Question about the software:
    In the manual "TeensyBat User Manual V 1.3.pdf" it says on page 1:
    "Right Button (R-Button). ........... Long press to write a screen capture to SD if card present."

    It seems this is not working in the software version I use: TB_V131_T41_DEEPSLEEP_PWM.hex

    Do I do something wrong? Do I need another version? Or is there a bug/omission?

    Regards, Eef
    Hi Eef,

    This should work, be aware that you need to press the button for at least 2 seconds. When the screen has been recorded a * will appear on top of the screen.
    The functionality is NOT available during replay or recording to SD.

    If you have done this and the problem persists, than I suggest using the HEX 2: BASE with DEBUG enabled version. That will allow debugging potential problems over the serial-port.

    cheers
    Cor

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    Quote Originally Posted by CorBee View Post
    This should work, be aware that you need to press the button for at least 2 seconds. When the screen has been recorded a * will appear on top of the screen.
    The functionality is NOT available during replay or recording to SD.
    Thank you, Cor. I did see the asterisk in the V-shape. And could see the bmp-file. Is there also a way to view the bitmaps on the teensybatdetector itself?

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    No, this is built in to document screens for debug purposes. So you will need to download the BMPs from the SDcard.

    Thanks for reporting back !

    Cor

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    I found a problem with the waterfall and spectrum display! After my update (Teensy 4.1) today, the display of a sound source stops about every 5 seconds but then continues again.

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    Jürgen
    Last edited by josh911; 06-03-2022 at 01:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by josh911 View Post
    I found a problem with the waterfall and spectrum display! After my update (Teensy 4.1) today, the display of a sound source stops about every 5 seconds but then continues again.

    Regards

    Jürgen
    Hi Jurgen,

    I havent heard this yet so I wonder what causes this. The changes we have made recently should not affect the functionality of your display. Its for me unclear which version you are using and what settings (GPS/No GPS etc etc) are active. Difficult to say what causes your problem.

    cheers
    Cor

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    Hi Cor,

    I use the version 4.1 from 19.04.22, the problem occurs with me also with the default settings. GPS is off.
    The previous software had no problems with the display.

    Regards

    Jürgen

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    You mean you are using one of the HEX files from:
    https://github.com/CorBer/teensy_bat...%20development

    Like I said, the changes we have made in that update are not logically related to the screen. I also have not seen any other report on this so its unclear to guess what is going wrong for you.
    Sorry.

    Cor

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    I did experience something similar after compiling the latest code. Somehow there was an older set of core files that I used. I recompiled right afterwards with #1.54-stable-release and the problem was gone (as far as I know) The file date inside the zipfiles on my website is 20/4.

    Edwin

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    Quote Originally Posted by pe1pwf View Post
    I did experience something similar after compiling the latest code. Somehow there was an older set of core files that I used. I recompiled right afterwards with #1.54-stable-release and the problem was gone (as far as I know) The file date inside the zipfiles on my website is 20/4.

    Edwin
    Hi Edwin

    thanks for your quick reply, I had installed the old version of 16.04! Now everything is as it should.

    Regards

    Jürgen

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    Hi,

    First of all, I’ve to say that I’m impressed by all the work you (and community) have done for making such a project a so efficient one !
    There are many years I’m thinking about making a bat detector/sound translator, as I live in a region of France where we have many species to observe.

    Last week, I assist a conference about bats with a professional naturalist, who had a sound translator and there, I return home thinking « I need to build one ». I was ready to leave start from 0 and I fall on your so beautiful diy project : instead of making mine, I prefer contribute (if I can) to your’s, that will not be the first time I join a community of hobbyists for making a project growing… I hope I could help here !

    I’ve read almost all pages of this thread, but a doubt is still here : teensy 4.1, audio board, 2x8Mo memories and screen are ordered.
    I’m able to make my own pcb, I download the gerber files of 0.2 version of the board but I’ve understood that a new version is available, but not the files. Is the teensy 4.1 compatible with 0.2 board, do I need 0.7 board, etc…

    So, can someone tell me where to buy the new board and the mic needed ?

    Thank you so much,

    .Guillaume.
    www.ateliercirconflexe.fr

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    Hi Le Gui. The new pcb - version 0.7 is only available etched and pre assembled with a lot of SMD components from Edwin's website, Teensybat.com, and comes complete with a microphone. The new pcb is the only one to support Teesny 4.1. Its showing as out of stock but drop Edwin a line and see when he is expecting a new delivery. I am just in the process of building a 0.7pcb with a teensy 4.1. Its my third Teensybat (2 x Teensy 3.6, 1 on pcb 0.1 and then 1 on 0.2). They are brilliant and the new software 1.31 is definitely the best yet. Good luck and I hope your Teesybat is as good as you expect.

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    Dear Guillaume,

    Hollidaytime now, best is to contact Edwin, he sells DIY sets , board etcetera and did some modifications (also to the newest board for 4.1. )

    I have build one about 2-3 months ago. You will be impressed when you are working with your ready build teensybatdetector!

    Met vriendelijke groet, Eef

    H.E. Weenink MBA

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    Many thanks guys for your answer !

    That confirm what I’ve understood, now I’m sure !
    I’ll mail Edwin for buying him the kit, when he’ll have some to sell.

    See you soon with my experience with teensybat !

    Best regards,

    .Guillaume.

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    Guillaume:

    I am likewise interested in the newest Teensy 4.1 based PCB, so I contacted Edwin. Here is his kind reply (I removed some specific comments on current stock, etc. that may not necessarily remain true as this post ages):

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    Mon, Aug 1 at 9:50 PM
    Hi Mark,
    
    When I am home, I will put the materials I have in the parts shop. This will be in about two weeks.
    
    Kind regards,
    
    Edwin
    Mark J Culross
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    Many thanks, Mark !

    I’ve contacted Edwin too, and had a similar answer.

    For those who can ask themselves about the hardware, here is what I understood :

    Teensy 3.6 + audio board + screen + pcb V0.2 = teensy bat (need external power) pcb V0.2 can be etched by yourself, or an online pcb maker.
    Teensy 4.1 + screen + (optional) 2x8Mo ram + pcb 0.7 = teensy bat (audio board is built in pcb, power by 1S lipo)

    I think I’ll have so much fun with this project, I’m like a child..

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