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  • venumz commented on venumz's instructable ATtiny85 IR USB receiver8 months ago
    ATtiny85 IR USB receiver

    I have added further information regarding the usb to serial adapter connections:The bootloader "ATtiny85 @ 8MHz (internal oscillator;BOD disabled)") needs a different pin configuration:PB4 (pin3--> RX) to TX in the FT232RL attiny85PB3 (pin2--> TX) to RX in the FT232RL attiny85Notice that the other bootloaders use:PB0 (pin5--> RX) to TX in the FT232RL attiny85PB2 (pin7--> TX) to RX in the FT232RL attiny85Anyway, if you use the crystal, don't bother as we use this bootloader only for calibration purposes.

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    Absolutely awesome!

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    Awesome project, thanks for sharing!

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  • venumz commented on rwhite19's instructable how to use the IR library with an attiny9 months ago
    how to use the IR library with an attiny

    Thanks seejaydee, I have finally a working prototype of an IR receiver for mylinux media center that I can program to work with most IR transmitters.Your library and the library v-usb for arduino made the trick.After reading the info that you posted before, I noticed as well differences for the attiny85 regarding the original configuration for the timer in the tiny core I linked before:/* For various reasons, Timer 1 is a better choice for the millis timer on the '85 processor.*/#define TIMER_TO_USE_FOR_MILLIS 1Only the attiny85 was configured to use interrupt1 for the millis timer, all the other micro-controllers where configured to use interrupt0.Many people are having issues due to that very fact and I wonder why the developer of the core chose that configuration.Thanks again for y...

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    Thanks seejaydee, I have finally a working prototype of an IR receiver for mylinux media center that I can program to work with most IR transmitters.Your library and the library v-usb for arduino made the trick.After reading the info that you posted before, I noticed as well differences for the attiny85 regarding the original configuration for the timer in the tiny core I linked before:/* For various reasons, Timer 1 is a better choice for the millis timer on the '85 processor.*/#define TIMER_TO_USE_FOR_MILLIS 1Only the attiny85 was configured to use interrupt1 for the millis timer, all the other micro-controllers where configured to use interrupt0.Many people are having issues due to that very fact and I wonder why the developer of the core chose that configuration.Thanks again for your cool code!

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  • venumz commented on rwhite19's instructable how to use the IR library with an attiny9 months ago
    how to use the IR library with an attiny

    Awesome, you made my day man. I've looked everywhere (literally) and this is the only working code that I have found.In case anyone have issues, I have used the tiny core from:https://storage.googleapis.com/google-code-archive...You need to change the timer for millis in the attiny core:edit the file tiny/avr/cores/tiny/core_build_options.hlook out for tiny85 section and leave the timer define like:#define TIMER_TO_USE_FOR_MILLIS 0Then burn the bootloader "ATtiny85 @ 16MHz (internal PLL;4.3V BOD)"If you accept donations I would gladly pay you two paints of beer, so let me know!

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