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...when you say blow up, do you mean it literally or.... Personally I've never had an issue with the 'analog read' and 'AREF'.... been doing analog read via pot (servo>knob) to control a servo and nothing has ever blown up so far..... also, never called "analogRef...." before analogRead()......
http://www.jameco.com/jameco/workshop/jamecobuilds......is AREF connected wrong? Tronixstuff has a good explanation... but still what about Jameco...??
Thanks for the advice. I've tried it and it works fine with the newest version.Anyways, I use the old version, 1.0.4, a habit I guess, and it seem the above mentioned folders are empty for it.... :-( .... So that's just life...
Hi is there any steps on how to make our own arduino using the tqfp package instead of DIP ?? - Anki18
Great stuff and thank you! - Ictinike
Thanks for your interest! Please try the latest version (it's 1.6.12 now, I think) and see if it works. I haven't tried using earlier versions, so I can't help you there.
Great question! To make a truly tiny one-chip Arduino, the tqfp is the way to go. However, the software side should be the same and this Instructable should guide you. But, of course, the hardware side is a different matter. You need to figure out how to get access to the necessary pins so the part can be programmed. Typically, the 6-pin programming header is used for this purpose. Then you need to decide how many I/O pins you want to have access to for your target project or projects. Lots of details to think through, but it's a great learning experience. Go for it!
Hi... Great Tutorial indeed!. btw I've tried with ver 1-0-x. and 1-5-x....... the 'bootloaders' and 'variants' folders seem to be empty.... I havent' tried with the newest IDE.... - loptica62
You're absolutely right... I agree! - loptica62
You are right ! I've tried with ver 1-0-x. and 1-5-x....... the 'bootloaders' and 'variants' folders seem to be empty.... I havent' tried with the newest IDE.... - loptica62
AREF should not be connected to +5V, it should be grounded in most circumstances so you don't blow up your AVR when you accidentally call analogRead() before calling analogReference(EXTERNAL). - DavidV12
Thanks for your interest in this project! Let's see if I can help you.Note that the ATTINY85 has the same USI as the ATTINY2313, so the code should work with it. What problems are you having and what have you tried?Note that there is now support for the ATTINY85 in Arduino. That might be a simple way to get things going and experiment. Have a look here:http://highlowtech.org/?p=1695HTH!
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for attiny 85 plz help me
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