Getting Started With ButtonDuino

Introduction: Getting Started With ButtonDuino

So you got your self a ButtonDuino and you want to find out how to get started. ButtonDuino is basically a tiny Arduino that uses an Atmel Attiny85 microcontroller as the heart of the development kit. Check this step-by-step tutorial on using the shrunken Arduino. 

Step 1: Download and Install the Drivers

1. Download Drivers and Arduino files from Dropbox. All the files you need are there. Navigate to the ButtonDuinoWindowsDriver Folder that you downloaded and double click on Install Driver.exe

ButtonDuino Files

Step 2: Installing the Drivers

2. Install Drivers, grab a coffee and then click finish.
3. Restart your PC.

Step 3: Time to Program ButtonDuino

4. Open Arduino IDE 1.04 and Open Blink Sketch
5. Change pin 13 to pin 1
6. Under Tools>>Board Select Digispark (Tiny Core)
7. Under Tools>>Programmer Select Digispark
8. Press Upload Sketch (Make sure ButtonDuino is not connected)
9. Connect the ButtonDuino when instructed by the IDE.

Step 4: Voilà!

Your ButtonDuino is now Programmed. Plug it into your ButtonDuino into your breadboard and try implement  some creative projects.  If you need some ideas then check out the following links:

WikiSite and
Indiegogo

Find out also how you can link ButtonDuino to LabVIEW. 

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    3 Discussions

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    dan3008
    dan3008

    6 years ago on Introduction

    Wish I'd seen this sooner...
    I'd just made my own boards that would have been so much better set out like this... ah well, Nice project :)

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    rgehan
    rgehan

    6 years ago on Introduction

    I didn't know that kind of little boards. It seems useful for little projects.

    P.S: The title of you step 4 is wrong, it means "raped" in french ;)

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    buttonduino
    buttonduino

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Hi rgehan, thanks for the comment and tip, I shall change it asap :). Yeah Buttonduinos purpose it to be small and cost effective, that you can leave in any project. It will be launching on Indiegogo towards the end of this month. http://www.indiegogo.com/project/preview/1b0cc9ad