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I started this small project after I saw there there weren't many Attiny85 development boards out there.  I've went thru several design revisions in an effort to balance functionality/price.  The current revision uses a 10-pin ICSP header for using a cheap USBasp without having to use a 10-pin to 6-pin adapter.  I also decided to try my hand at some surface-mount components and the current revision uses 2 SMD resistors and a capacitor.   Features: An LED (because every dev board…

A mini target dev board

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I’ve been in this situation many times: I just finished an Arduino project, I’m happy with it and would love to save it, but I only have 2 Arduino boards. Do I sacrifice one to keep this project i…

Whilst working on an ATtiny project I found I was lacking the required number of pins and needed to attach an LCD with just 1 wireI had found a Instructable on how to use a shift register to control the LCD using only 3 wires, but once again this was too many pins, and the hacks to make it work with 2 wires was still too many pinsEnter the 1 Wire LCD Controller, this simple controller basically uses a ATtiny85 and a 74HC595 (the previous mentioned 3 wire solution) and allows for 1 wire…

Whilst working on an ATtiny project I found I was lacking the required number of pins and needed to attach an LCD with just 1 wireI had found a Instructable on ho.

#DIY# Tiny Arduino(without Crystal)

Tiny Arduino(without Crystal) Instructible - idea to shrink down hardware once prototyped.

I started this small project after I saw there there weren't many Attiny85 development boards out there.  I've went thru several design revisions in an effort to balance functionality/price.  The current revision uses a 10-pin ICSP header for using a cheap USBasp without having to use a 10-pin to 6-pin adapter.  I also decided to try my hand at some surface-mount components and the current revision uses 2 SMD resistors and a capacitor.   Features: An LED (because every dev board…

A mini target dev board

Picture of The connections

Picture of The connections