Setup to use Teensy as a serial bridge so Adafruit Huzzah can be programmed with Arduino IDE and OS X 10.11
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README.md

Mac2Teensy2Huzzah

This is a method for using a Teensy 2.0 or Teensy 2.0++ as a serial bridge so that an Adafruit Huzzah can be programmed from the Arduino IDE on Mac OS X 10.11.

First, load the Mac2Teensy2HuzzahSerialBridge sketch onto the Teensy. Then, unplug the USB cable from the Mac and connect the Teensy and Huzzah as follows:

Connect V+ and Gnd as well as the serial RX/TX pins. Note that the RX of the Teensy is connected to TX of the Huzzah and vice-versa.

Connections

In addition, the Huzzah's GPIO0 pin should be connected to ground and the GPIO2 pin to +V in order to force the Huzzah into programming mode when it is powered on. Here is the complete setup ready for the USB cable to be plugged into the Mac.

Photo

Full Step-by-Step:

  • Load the Mac2Teensy2Huzzah.ino sketch onto the Teensy.
  • Unplug the USB cable and connect the Teensy to the Huzzah as shown.
  • Switch to your sketch that you want to load on the Huzzah
  • Don't forget to change to Tools->Board: "Adafruit HUZZAH ESP8266". The Teensy's serial port should still be selected in Tools->Port.
  • Plug the USB cable into the Mac and click "Upload".
  • After the sketch compiles, you should see the Teensy's LED light up as the program is uploaded to the Huzzah's flash.
  • Once the upload is complete, be sure to disconnect GPIO0 from ground and GPIO2 from V+.

Eagle files are included for making a permanent programmer setup with a Teensy 2.0:

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