Hello there,Just wondering if it's feasible to "easily" make ATtiny85's into AVR programmers?
I'm making a little AVR programming box for our learning centre. I'd much rather use our centre's extreme excess of ATtiny85's for a buck each rather than use an actual Arduino.
I've also read that ATtiny's do not actually have native SPI
OK, that surprised me...
not sure if im right or wrong but I have the arduino core files for the tiny85 so was under the impression it can be donealthough I have never tried it yet
Quote from: silverfox0786 on Mar 20, 2013, 12:23 pmnot sure if im right or wrong but I have the arduino core files for the tiny85 so was under the impression it can be donealthough I have never tried it yetYou can program them, sure. I do it every day. I was surprised to see one uses as the programmer.Program a Tiny85 using a Tiny85 which has been soldered to the end of a USB cable.
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