Introduction: How to Program Attiny2313 and DIY Development Board

Picture of How to Program Attiny2313 and DIY Development Board

In this tutorial, we will learn how to make DIY development board of attiny2313 on perfboard. And how to upload program on it.

Step 1: How to Program Attiny2313

Picture of How to Program Attiny2313

First of all, Attiny2313 is a 8-bit low range microcontroller from Atmel. It's a 20-pin IC (DIP, through hole package).

It have internal rc oscillator that supports frequency 1 MHz, 2 MHz, 4 MHz and 8 MHz

List of components:

  1. Attiny 2313 with ic base
  2. Perfboard
  3. Male header
  4. Female-female jumper wire
  5. USBasp programmer
  6. AVRdudes
  7. AVRStudio (any version, I am using version 4)
  8. USB cable type-B

First of all, make development board for attiny2313 as given in the figure.

Step 2: Connections

Picture of Connections

Make connections as follows:

USBasp Attiny2313

GND ========> GND (Pin no. 10)

VCC ========> VCC (Pin no. 20)

RST ========> RST (Pin no. 1)

MISO ========> MISO (Pin no. 15)

MOSI ========> MOSI (Pin no. 14)

SCK ========> SCK (Pin no. 16)

Once the connection is done, connect USBasp programmer to laptop/ PC. Open avrdudes, and follow the steps and given in the picture.

Open avrstudio, and copy the code in the editor. Compile the hex file and upload it using avrdudes.

Step 3: Final Connection

Picture of Final Connection

Add led array to the attiny 2313 development board. Cathode of all the led's are common and is connected to the ground of the development board.

A series resistor of 220 ohms is connected for limiting the current.

Leds are connected to portb.

Hope you had enjoyed the tutorial !!

Thanks for visiting this tutorial


About This Instructable




Bio: Loves electronics, science fascinates me
More by DIY Tutorials:ESP8266 Firmware Update Using USB-TTLLED cube using arduinoDIY Jumper Wire Male to Male
Add instructable to: