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Can you take the arduino chip out of the arduino? Answered

I have a pulse width modulation circuit set up on my arduino.
Is there a way to take the chip out and connect it to leds?

Can anyone explain this simple concept to me?

I need to have a TINY PWM circuit

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Bot1398

7 years ago

You can take the atmega chip from the arduino and use it here is a great instructable but that would be a little costly you use a hole atmega chip for a little PWM circuit so better is to buy a attiny85 and program it using the arduino.Here is a great tutorial by randy

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steveastrouk

8 years ago

What does the PWM have to do? Is an Arduino chip overkill ?

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SpiffyCheesteveastrouk

Answer 8 years ago

I'd really like to make a simple rainbow filter. But if this becomes too difficult i might just drop it down to two colors and alternate them or something with a 555...

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orksecurity

8 years ago

Yes. There are several instructables which describe doing so, including at least one which describes how to use an arduino to initialize a chip which has not previously had the arduino bootloader installed.

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SpiffyCheeorksecurity

Answer 8 years ago

can you possibly link me? I must be searching the wrong keywords...

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maewertSpiffyChee

Answer 8 years ago

Here is one:
https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-program-a-AVR-arduino-with-another-arduin/

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orksecuritymaewert

Answer 8 years ago

Also, search Instructables for "really bare bones arduino", which will find a range of solutions going all the way down to single-chip.