I’ve wired up a Teensy v3.1 manually to an IDC cable and it worked perfectly for a while until earlier today. I don’t actually know what would’ve changed. I’ve redone the wiring and it’s still not working right.
I’ve two displays hooked up together.
2nd image is when I set background to 255,0,0. A good portion of one of the panels just doesn’t have the red LED lit, seemingly.
3rd image is when I set background to 0,255,0. Note that there’s a line of pixels which are colored differently.
4th image is 0,0,255. Note that a good portion of the pixels are a different color.
NOW THIS IS WHERE IT GETS INTERESTING:
Last image is 255,255,255. It looked perfectly white. So, the red pixel must be physically working, right?
I don’t have a picture of this, but I set the panel to 0,255,255…and the section which the Red LED didn’t want to turn on is seemingly on, because that section looks perfectly white.
I’m not sure where to look next. Thoughts?
I do have a SmartMatrix shield, but that’s an entirely different ball of wax (I think I bricked my board earlier)
- I’ve not cut VUSB.
- I’ve tried this on both a bench power supply.
- The FeatureDemo shows the problem happening because when it scrolls the red text across the screen you’ll see it not draw the font some for some section of the screen.
- These are 2 panels, 32x16, chained together.
I just tried unchaining. One of the panels is having issues with R, unless you do 255,255,255, and the other is just fine.
I can’t reverse the chain because I mounted them and don’t have the right size allen wrench with me at the moment.
More on this tomorrow.