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Follows are directions for programming the ATtiny microcontrollers using the Arduino IDE. In plain English, this is how to program 8-pin Atmel chips as you would normally an ...
You will need: - Arduino - Breadboard - ATtiny85 (or ATtiny45) - 10uF 16V electrolytic capacitor - 220ohm 1/4 watt resistor - LED - solid core hookup wire
Connect the Arduino to the ATtiny as follows: Arduino +5V ---> ATtiny Pin 8 Arduino Ground ---> ATtiny Pin 4 Arduino Pin 10 ---> ATtiny Pin 1 Arduino ...
Select the "ArduinoISP" sketch from the "Examples" menu. Upload the sketch to your Arduino as you would any other sketch. Your Arduino is now configured as a serial ...
Put the 10uF capacitor between ground and the Arduino reset pin. Make sure to keep an eye on the capacitors polarity (ground to ground!). It is rumored you ...
Take note of your sketchbook folder from the Arduino preference menu. Create a new folder in your sketchbook folder called "hardware" Then, go to this page and download ...
Select from the top menu: Tools --> Board --> ATtiny85 (w/ Arduino as ISP) (Of course, you will want to select a different chip for this if you ...
Connect a 220 ohm resistor to pin 5. Connect an LED between the resistor and +5V. It should blink. Congratulations. You're done.
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