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I’m here to show you how to use a HC-SR04 Ultrasonic Range Finder with an ATtiny85 as well as programming the ATtiny85 using the wonderful shield that...
Before you connect your shield to the Arduino Uno, you’ll want to make sure you’ve put your Arduino Uno into it’s ISP mode, to do this load up your Ar...
Take your Arduino Uno and clip the shield in place, then take your ATtiny85 IC and put it in the correct way into the DIP-8 Socket on the shield.
Now that you’ve put the Arduino into its Programming state, and connected the shield, it’s time to program the ATtiny85 chip, now I’ll show you how to...
If you managed to get this far without causing any issues or having any problems you’re doing good, it’s time to hook up the HC-SR04 now. We’ll start...
You’ll need to get the HC-SR0R Library, Once you’ve gotten the library install it (Make sure the Arduino IDE is closed). Once everything is configure...
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