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1  Using Arduino / Project Guidance / Re: PC Can not upload to Barebones with FDTI breakout board on: November 19, 2012, 08:42:32 pm
Kamerat-
You lost me with your discrption of RX on adapter to TX(pin3) on 328P ?? are you saying that RX from the FDTI connects to TX on the 328P
the circuit diagrams for the barebones  just bring RX to RX and TX to TX .  RX has the 10K resister.
Yes, RX to TX and TX to RX. The schematic on the PDF you provided says the same. I have no 10k resistor on the RX.
2  Using Arduino / Project Guidance / Re: PC Can not upload to Barebones with FDTI breakout board on: November 16, 2012, 01:22:05 am
Maybe you haven't connected auto reset (if your FTDI adapter supports it). Otherwise you have to manually reset your microcontroller when the IDE is finished compiling and started uploading, can be a bit tricky.

I'm using the Arduino USB2SERIAL LIGHT with a 100nF capasitor between EXT RESET on the adapter and pin 1 on my 328P for auto resetting. I have also a 10k pull up resistor from 5V to pin 1

Also make sure you have the RX and TX connected right. The RX on my adapter is connected to TX (pin 3) on the 328P and the TX on the adapter is connected to the RX (pin 2) on the 328P.
3  International / Scandinavia / Re: Programmering av ATtiny84 med bruk av Arduino UNO on: March 17, 2012, 03:21:27 am
BOD er brown out detection, brikka vil slå seg av om spenninga kommer under en gitt verdi.

Jeg finner heller ikke ATtiny84 på 16 eller 8MHz, men det er vel mulig hastigheten programeres via "fuses" når du programerer den fra Arduino IDE. Hadde selv en 328P som lompa rundt på 128kHz (testblinkinga gikk vanvittig treigt) fordi jeg ikke hadde stillt inn "fuses" riktig, det løste seg ved å flashe den i Arduino IDE som da stillte "fuses" riktig.
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