ATtiny Flasher

by Sonocotta

Open-hardware flashing tool for the Atmel ATtiny

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by Andriy

Have you ever felt like you use only a fraction of your Arduino’s capabilities? I feel that way all the time. So why not just start working with a bare ATtiny85 in the first place? For me, the answer has always been that doing so was just…terribly inconvenient. But it doesn’t have to be!

ATtiny Flasher is a tool that I built so that I could develop ATtiny-based projects in much the same way that I would if I were using a "grown-up" Arduino. That means having access to my favorite IDE, familiar libraries, and of course serial debugging capability. So please come have a look, and give me a chance to convince you that it’s just as satisfying (and just as much fun!) to work with ¢50 ATtiny13 as it is to rely on the fancy, multi-core MCUs to which you might be accustomed.

About the Author

Andriy

anabolyc  ·   Poland


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$25

ATtiny Flasher

ATtiny Flasher with OLED screen.


$19

Educational Project Kit 1: Traffic Light

ATtiny85-driven "traffic light"


$19

Educational Project Kit 2: Rubber Ducky

ATtiny85-driven "USB rubber ducky" tool capable of emulating keyboard & mouse devices


$19

Educational Project Kit 3: IR Messenger

ATtiny85-driven IR remote transmitter & receiver


$19

Educational Project Kit 4: Rainbow LEDs

ATtiny85-driven circle of addressable LEDs


$39

Educational Project Kit 5: Digital Clock

ATtiny85-driven digital clock


$5

Half-size Breadboard

From the Crowd Supply Basics project.

A half-size (3.25 x 2.125 in ~ 8.3 x 5.4 cm) breadboard with a self-adhesive backing


$1

ATtiny13

From the Crowd Supply Basics project.

A 20 MHz, 8-bit, 8-pin DIP AVR MCU with 6 I/O, 1 KiB flash, 64 B SRAM, 64 B EEPROM, a SPI interface, and an input voltage range of 1.8 - 5.5 V.


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ATtiny85

From the Crowd Supply Basics project.

A 20 MHz, 8-bit, 8-pin DIP AVR MCU with 6 I/O, 8 KiB flash, 512 B SRAM, 512 B EEPROM, a USI interface, and an input voltage range of 2.7 - 5.5 V.

Credits

Sonocotta

Electronic components and kits


Andriy Malyshenko

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