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Coding Badly

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Nov 12, 2012, 07:51 pm Last Edit: Dec 13, 2012, 06:05 am by Coding Badly Reason: 1
I've never had any problems without caps or pull-up so I left them out.


In that case, I have a tiger repelling rock to sell you.

io53


I've never had any problems without caps or pull-up so I left them out.


In that case, I have tiger repelling rock to sell you.


Please send it so I can try it out first. I'm pretty sure that it will work great here in Finland, but you never know. Anyway, if I ever where to use that thing I will solder a pull-up on the back to make you happy, but not a cap! Living on the edge!   :%

cjdelphi

my bad - i saw "shrinkify" only a few hours earlier did i come across "how to shrinkify your arduino" via a youtube vid, i presumed you were using an Attiny, my bad.

well, there's plenty of options, shift registers are the best way to go if all you're doing is reading a bunch of high/low signals.

kylem


Is it the functionality you want 'gone'.. or just simply a smaller footprint of the 'Arduino board/brain'?


Maybe using a different/smaller Arduino circuit will help?

something like this perhaps:








green one is a commercial kit (about $10 bucks or so).. lacks any voltage regulation..

the other one is my home made, DIY home brew/etched version..




Please can you send me the link for these

bperrybap

Ardweeny is smaller.
http://www.thekanes.org/2010/04/16/ardweeny-adventures-part-one/
Lots of places carry them.

Teensy is also smaller.
My preference is for the Teensy boards.

--- bill

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