Instructables: exploring - technology - microcontrollers - pcb - attiny Sun, 29 Nov 2015 02:43:22 PST BLOX v1.01 ATTiny45/85 multi voltage "smart relay"
ATTiny45/85 multi voltage "smart relay" - More DIY How To Projects]]> MildLeeInterested This entry is intended as an overview only.  If there is interest, I will expand it to include assembly instructions and some basic code. I've now added the gerber files (and .pdf files for anybody who wants to have a go by the toner transfer method, or similar). The aim of this board is to provide...
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Sun, 28 Apr 2013 02:51:08 PDT
Christmas Tree PCB
Christmas Tree PCB - More DIY How To Projects]]> Onyx Ibex This is a fun way to light up a Christmas card. It will help if you have some experience in any of the following areas: chemistry, PCB etching, avr programming, writing simple C programs, and / or soldering (surface mount soldering). If you don't then the trickiest part will be the soldering since i...
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Mon, 17 Dec 2012 08:53:14 PST
Rainbow glowing ping pong jedreg Build up a tiny board that fits into ping-pong to glow in rainbow colors using RGB LED driven by attiny13 microcontroller. Device is powered from CR2032 battery and uses software switch with auto power-off. Every electronics hobbyist can replicate this DIY device visiting project homepage offeri...
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Thu, 12 Apr 2012 00:10:23 PDT
PCB for Conway's game of life
PCB for Conway's game of life - More DIY How To Projects]]> theAVRdude This is my version on PCB of 20x4 lcd game of life. I did not write the code only made an Eagle PCB for it. An error on the schematic I followed the schematic provided on the site only to realise the Backlight LEDs where inverted. Anyway for th...
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Mon, 26 Dec 2011 09:06:07 PST
How to drive a lot of LEDs from a few microcontroller pins.
How to drive a lot of LEDs from a few microcontroller pins. - More DIY How To Projects]]> westfw Using the fact that many microcontroller pins have three states (+V, GND, or"high impedence", you can drive N*(N-1) LEDs from N pins. So the little 8pin microcontroller like a PIC12Fxxx or an ATtiny11 can drive 20 LEDs onits five available output pins, and still have one pin left for some kind of i...
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Mon, 22 May 2006 04:02:35 PDT