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This means that if we are looking for a timer overflow event as well as a pin change for input capture, we must check for that specific interrupt flag within the interrupt service routine (ISR). To try the example, connect a button to pin 20 of the Teensy LC, and connect the other side of the button to the Teensy LC’s ground (G) pin.How to do switch bounce on Teensy LC?
To try the example, connect a button to pin 20 of the Teensy LC, and connect the other side of the button to the Teensy LC’s ground (G) pin. Run the code and open a serial terminal. Whenever you press the button, you will see the time (in nanoseconds) between edges. Push the button a number of times, and you’ll see examples of switch bounce.Which is the at90usb1286 datasheet for Teensy-LC?
AT90USB1286 Datasheet (4.7M PDF), for Teensy++ 2.0 (and also Teensy++ 1.0) MKL26Z64 Manual (5.2M PDF), for Teensy-LC (This manual has all the useful programing info) MKL26Z64 Datasheet (1.1M PDF), for Teensy-LC (Only the electrical specifications)What are the datasheets for Teensy-pjrc chips?
MK64FX512 Manual (14.0M PDF), for Teensy 3.5 (All the useful peripheral programing info) MK66FX1M0 Manual (19.1M PDF), for Teensy 3.6 (All the useful peripheral programing info) MK66FX1M0 Datasheet (1.5M PDF), for Teensy 3.6 (Only the electrical specifications)