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Hi To All
Can somebody help me to identify the parts list





thanks for looking
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Wow, is this the flux capacitor?  smiley-grin What does it do (apparently time travel) and which part did your future self/the jerk tell you about?  ;D
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I hope you understand that the ATtiny85 is a microprocesser - like what's in Arduino (only "tiny" smiley). So even if you build this circuit, without the code that is loaded in the ATtiny85, your flux capacitor will not flux or capacitate. (i.e. it won't work)
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Well since no one else seems to be providing a useful answer

8x LEDs
1x 4.7u Capacitor
1x 0.1u Capacitor
2x 1N4148W (Small Fast Switching Diode)
1x Resistor (100 ohm)
2x resistor (220K)
3x resistor (33 Ohm)
1x resistor (1K)
1x resistor (3.3K)
1x resistor (10 Ohm)
2x IRF7509 (Dual Power Mosfet)
1x TLV 117
1x ATTINY85-20S

I am unsure what the part at SV1 is but I hope I have helped you with most of the parts
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SV1 is a 3-pin header.

I didn't respond because I thought all the components have their values written on the schematic so what is there to say.

Unless Marcio wants to know the physical packaging, resistor watt rating etc. That info can mostly be gleaned from the PCB pic, for example the 85 is obviously a SIOC8 pack, but I haven't got the time to research all the other devices on his behalf, sorry  smiley

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It was my hunch that the OP wanted to make that circuit. I also assumed he wanted it to function like the original.

Therefore I thought that telling him that there would be code involved would be a "useful answer".

I assumed it would be more useful than the wasted effort required to copy the "parts list" from the schematic he supplied, to a post.

I could be wrong about this,, and only OP can enlighten us.

BTW, None of us thought he was building a real flux capacitor. You need at least an ATMega168 for that.

@Affix, Please don't take this as a negative. I appreciate your efforts to help someone, and certainly wouldn't want to discourage that.
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BTW, None of us thought he was building a real flux capacitor. You need at least an ATMega168 for that.
I'm not sure about that, I think the 85 might work if you use the PLL to double the clock, although I admit the lack of IO may be a problem.


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