Teensy 3.2 (with Pins)
|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi|
|Hardware Interface||USB, Ethernet|
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- Teensy 3.2 and 3.1 have exactly the same pinout.
- Teensy 3.2 provides more power on its 3.3V pin, and accepts a wider voltage input range.
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The Teensy is a breadboard-friendly development board with loads of features in a, well, teensy package. The Teensy 3.2 brings a 32 bit ARM Cortex microprocessor into the mix so you can do some serious number crunching. The Teensy 3.2 comes pre-flashed with a bootloader so you can program it using the on-board USB connection: No external programmer needed! You can program for the Teensy in your favorite program editor using C or you can install the Teensyduino add-on for the Arduino IDE and write Arduino sketches for Teensy! The processor on the Teensy also has access to the USB and can emulate any kind of USB device you need it to be, making it great for USB-MIDI and other HID projects. The 32 bit processor brings a few other features to the table as well, such as multiple channels of Direct Memory Access, several high-resolution ADCs and even an I2S digital audio interface! There are also 4 separate interval timers plus a delay timer! Oh yeah, and all pins have interrupt capability. Also, it can provide system voltage of 3.3V to other devices at up to 100mA. All of this functionality is jammed into a 1.4 x 0.7 inch board with all headers on a 0.1" grid so you can slap in on a breadboard and get to work! On top of everything else the Teensy has been gifted with more RAM (64K, thats 4x more than the Teensy 3.0) and 256kb of flash memory! The Teensy 3.2 now now has 5V tolerance on its digital inputs however all analog-only pins are still 3.3V only. Teensy 3.2 adds a more powerful 3.3 volt regulator, with the ability to directly power ESP8266 Wifi, WIZ820io Ethernet and other power-hungry 3.3V add-on boards
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Got a favorite joystick that's stopped working? Replace the old controller board with a Teensy 3.2 board. This board can give you all this & more;
• 32 Buttons
• 6 Axis (X, Y, Z, Rotate Z, Left Slider, Right Slider)
• 1 Hat Switch
There's even a usable sample code that lets you use the Teensy as a joystick controler - pjrc.com/teensy/td_joystick.html
There are reasons to buy this with, and without the pins attached.
If you're new to Arduinos, the attached pins make it easy to use with a breadboard. Also, you won't save all that much money if you buy one without the pins attached.
On the other hand, if you know what you're doing, the board without the pins may be easier to build into a project.
you can write to the analog ports (sin wave generator)
analogread can be configured for 12 bit resolution
analogread can be configured to automatically average x samples
has several serial ports (and you can use 0 and 1)
very very very fast (overclock to 120 mhz)
has built in RTC you need to solder on a crystal and backup battery
Touch read pins(i've not tried these yet)
analog can be used as digital inputs (10 analog, 24 digital--more if you solder pins on bottom)
very very very fast (overclock to 120 mhz)
Very good forum support
I have 2 and will buy more
It integrated seamlessly into the Arduino IDE and only minor code changes to SW were required.
2. The board card does not use standard SPI pin designators, so you have to infer which is MISO/MOSI
3. After being spoiled by places like Adafruit, I found the PJRC website documentation to be disappointing.
On the plus side.
1 Integration into Arduino IDE was easy
2. Fast board. DAC is a nice feature
3. Gold plated PCB is a nice touch.
Nevertheless, an amazingly great microcontroller. My go-to when building things.
they are great though
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Das einzige Problem ist zur Zeit, die aktuelle Version 1.50 von Teensyduino funktioniert nicht
mit der aktuellen Version 1.8.12 von Arduino-IDE.
Hier entweder die ältere Arduino-IDE Version nehmen, oder die neue Teensyduino Beta Version.
Ansonsten sehr zufrieden!