Ever since I discovered the Teensy 3.0 board from PJRC, I’m hooked up to it. It’s compatible with the Arduino programming language, but the microcontroller is so much more powerful than a regular Arduino or even the Arduino Due. The only downside is the limited amount of Teensy expansion shields. But what if you could
Teensy-Arduino adapter shield
Do you have a Teensy 3.0 and want to hook it up to the internet? Don’t really feel like breadboarding your own Ethernet interface? Then why don’t you use one of your Arduino Ethernet shields lying around the place to provide the Teensy with Ethernet capabilities? Here we show how to do just that.