What have I forgotten, that will let out the magic smoke?
It's a good idea to include series resistors on the SPI lines (the wires connected to pins 11, 12, and 13 on your Arduino) while programming.
Not smoke related but still a good idea... On the target (the ATtiny)...• 10K resistor connected from RESET to VCC• 0.1uF capacitor connected from VCC to GND as close as possible to the pins on the target
How large? I would grab 330 or 1k, something like that?
10k as pullup to make sure it is not accidentally sent low by some naughty stray electrons and resets?
The capacitor? To reduce noise?
And this is for Tiny85s: http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,148155.0.html
Quote from: fungus on Mar 05, 2013, 06:31 pmAnd this is for Tiny85s: http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,148155.0.htmlNice!I put mine on a 9X5 piece of veroboard.(As soon as it was soldered, I realized that some things could have been made a bit smarter. I'll do that next time)It leaves me with access to all the pins, a very reasonable size..... and a craving for new things to put tinies in!