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    Products made for use with Teensy

    I've updated the top level products page at PJRC with links to many of the 3rd party products made for Teensy.

    https://www.pjrc.com/store/

    There's also a section for published DIY projects where at least the PCB can be ordered.

    I'm sure I've missed some. If you know of any, especially any you've personally used and would recommend, please suggest them here.

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    There is the smartmatrix product (http://docs.pixelmatix.com/SmartMatrix/index.html) that uses a Teensy 3.1/3.2 in a shield that Adafruit sells:


    However, the shield is out of stock.

    They also sell a full display to US customers with a pre-programmed Teensy inside, but that too looks like it has been sold out.


    So, it might make sense to wait to put them on the list, until they come up with a new batch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelMeissner View Post
    However, the shield is out of stock.
    My guess is this is permanently. I'd love to put it on the list, if there's any indication it'll ever be in stock again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulStoffregen View Post
    My guess is this is permanently. I'd love to put it on the list, if there's any indication it'll ever be in stock again.
    The creator popped up in July saying he was working on a V4, but was having to redo the DMA for Teensy 3.5. But it is almost 2 months since he/she posted, and perhaps there are some problems.

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    Is this only for products that are specifically designed for the Teensy pinout or also for products which have been found to be a good match in general?

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    Hi Paul,

    Good addition.
    Re the 3rd party listings, suggest adding a "PJRC assumes no responsibility..." disclaimer to the "not made or sold by PJRC" line. Basic CYA.

    Best,
    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by christoph View Post
    Is this only for products that are specifically designed for the Teensy pinout or also for products which have been found to be a good match in general?
    So far it's only for products specifically designed to the Teensy pinout.

    At some point I might expand it to more. Or maybe organize list into categories. Or maybe even add photos, but given the time commitment and so many dev tasks unfinished, that seems unlikely.

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    Paul regarding the smartmatrix board, it looks like Adafruit just added the V4 board that supports the Teensy 3.2, 3.5, and 3.6 (not LC):

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    Ergodox and Ergodox Infinity keyboards; Ergodox is a Teensy 2.0 (plus an MCP23018, in the original design), Ergdox Infinity is 2x Teensy 3.2.

    You can get premade Ergodox keyboards (https://ergodox-ez.com/), but I think they're just using the atmega32u4 instead of the teensy board, because they don't really need the full board. (But they're really nice.) Profet keyboards sells the PCB sets, optionally presoldered with an an actual Teensy 2.0: http://shop.profetkeyboards.com/product/ergodox-pcbs

    (Or at least, they say it's an actual one, and I ordered one with the teensy not soldered in yet, and it came in a package identical to the packages on various teensy boards I've gotten, so I believe them.)

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    Thanks for the notes on the SmartLED Shield (formerly SmartMatrix Shield) Michael. V4 is in stock at Adafruit, but not for long. I sent them the first batch of 100 pcs, but only 24 are left after two days. I have a much bigger batch being manufactured now.

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    Paul, is there a replacement for this? Ethernet not shown on your products page.

    https://www.pjrc.com/store/wiz812_adaptor.html

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    There's no direct replacement for using the old W5100 chip with the older 8 bit Teensy 2.0 boards.

    This is the "replacement" for using ethernet with all the 32 bit Teensy boards.

    https://www.pjrc.com/store/wiz820_sd_adaptor.html

    The newer W5200 and W5500 ethernet chips have much better performance.

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    Aha, that link is not on the main Products page.

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    I just noticed a new Teensy shield on tindie, that is a lightsaber prop board for the Teensy 3.5:

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    Quote Originally Posted by oric_dan View Post
    Aha, that link is not on the main Products page.
    I've updated the products page with the WIZ820+SD link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelMeissner View Post
    I just noticed a new Teensy shield on tindie, that is a lightsaber prop board for the Teensy 3.5:
    I've added it to the list on the products page.

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    So far I've had a good response to my Guitar Audio Shield.

    https://www.tindie.com/products/Blac...-audio-shield/

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