the baudrate teletype currently uses is 100,000. the actual rate will be also determined by the length of the command and how it’s scripted and the response of the i2c slave.
let’s take the simplest case, updating everything in one loop. i just did a [very unscientific] test - a loop executing an i2c command 30,000 times takes 6-7 seconds. for er-301 case the most extreme case we’ll have is updating 100 values “at once”, if i try that it seems pretty instantaneous.
i think this is one of the most interesting use cases for er-301/teletype integration, having a patch that utilizes all or almost all of the 100 values available and updating them at once (imagine a 100 band filterbank, being morphed, for instance…).
i’m curious about this though:
i would expect that updating
SC.CV would be instantaneous as there is no hardware to “settle”, it’s just updating some internal value, but perhaps there is some additional latency on the er-301 due to how it’s handled internally. would it be possible to eliminate this delay completely?