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It seems people have tried it. You can wire them like this http://www.pjrc.com/teensy/td_midi.htmlI want to do the same thing, but i have no clue how to get dual multiplexers coded.
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Do you have any schematic diagram for this project???
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I'm looking to use a Teensy to emulate an Elo touchscreen. Getting that going shouldn't be too difficult as there are plenty of guides. I plan to have the Teensy connected to one device and a Host PC telling it what to do. What i can't figure out is how to tell the Teensy what to do (move, click, etc) from a Host PC in real time. I would assume i would need to use an arduino or something hooked up to the PC but I can't find what i am looking for.Any direction would be greatly appreciated.
Hello,First of all, many thanx for this tutorial. This is gold. Now, about the CD4067BE, as I undestand, in order to mux 16 analog channels, it consumes 4 digital and 1 analog pin on the teensy. Then, is it possible to add a second chip and get another 16 analog channels at the expanse, of course, of another 4 digital (like C0 to C3, following your diagram) and 1 analog (F6) ? Thus getting a total of 16 + 16 + 6 = 38 analog channels...
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