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    Connecting two Teensy 3.6

    Hi,

    i have two teensy 3.6 boards one is just used for the Outputs and 1 for the inputs. I need to send the input commands from the inputs teensy to the outputs teensy.
    I must admit that this is far over my noob skill at the moment. So does anyone have a simple code for this purpose

    RX/TX or I2C does no matter, i use the simple way...

    Greets

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    Usually Serial1 is simplest. Connect TX1 (pin 1) of each Teensy to RX1 (pin 0) of the other Teensy. Also connect GND to GND.

    Bill Porter's EasyTransfer library is probably the simplest way to send data. You can also use the Serial1 functions, but if you need to send messages more than a single byte, you'll need to build up code to format and parse the messages. EasyTransfer does that for you.

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    Like i said sorry for my noob questions... so i took a look at Bill Porters EasyTransfer.
    When i get it right, he sends a byte and receives it. But i have no idea how i can read the inputs from one teensy with another that way...

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