Teensy Audio Speech and Keyboard Boom Box

Document created by edk Employee on Jul 14, 2016Last modified by Diana Torres on Apr 18, 2017
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Description:

Teensy with Prop Shield attached interfaced to 8 USB keyboards. Each button on keypad plays a unique word from an open source libraray of sounds.

 

Teensy 3.1 and Teensy-LC are a complete USB-based development tools featuring respectively the Kinetis 32-bit Cortex-M4 K20 and Cortex-M0+ KL26 devices running @ 72 and 48 MHz. Teensy 3.1 is equipped with 256KB flash and 64KB RAM. Teensy-LC board is equipped with 62KB flash and 8KB RAM.

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Value Propositions

* Very small footprint development tools

* Very Low Cost dev tool

* They are able to implement many different projects

* Open source SDKs

 

Teensy board with very high extended-Arduino compatible performance levels and libraries taking advantage of Kinetis features like low power modes and internal DMA. Libraries for LED (WS2811) and 16bit 44.1kHz audio quality is where Makers go when they need quality, performance and small size.

FEATURES

Hardware Specifications

SpecificationTeensy LCTeensy 3.0Teensy 3.1 & 3.2Units
Processor

MKL26Z64VFT4
32 bit ARM

Cortex-M0+

48 MHz

MK20DX128
32 bit ARM
Cortex-M4
48 MHz
MK20DX256
32 bit ARM
Cortex-M4
72 MHz
Flash Memory62128256kbytes
RAM Memory81664kbytes
EEPROM1/8 (emu)22kbytes
I/O46, 5 Volt34, 3.3 Volt34, 3.3V, 5V tol
Analog In81421
PWM91012
UART,I2C,SPI1,1,13,1,13,2,1
Price$24.00$19.00$19.80USD

 

Software Enablement

 

 


RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS

 

ProductDescription
Kinetis KMicrocontroller
Kinetis L
Microcontroller

 


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