It evolves toggling 1 pin at 408KHz and a second pin at 8.5Khz with specific timing and 50% duty cycle.
I don't see much problems in powering a pin with 5 volt.
So setting 5 volt on the 5volt pin and 5 volt on the comparator pin would do,
So if I understand correctly you say that it may be perfectly viable to make the due 100% hardware compatible but it is not advisable.
QuoteSo if I understand correctly you say that it may be perfectly viable to make the due 100% hardware compatible but it is not advisable.No it is not viable to make the Due 100% hardware compatible. You will only be able to make it 0% compatible.For the Due you will need a different sort of shield.
In the case of Olimexo32 and Maple, some shields work but, be ware. It is case by case.
but how can you tell if the due is not yet out?
So my question is: why would these boards have a better shield compatibility?Best regardsJantje