I'm pretty sure there are at least two dfferent bootloaders for them
So my question is, does anyone have an example project posted?
I'm planning on buying a few next time I make an order
and I'm wondering if they use the internal oscillators or if they are programmed to run an external.
I also found Coding Badly's write up on how to tune an attiny and I'm reading through it
Yup, I downloaded the files and looked through them, I am completely new to all of this(less than a month of arduino experience, which is my only experience with a microprocessor). Is calibrating the attiny really as simple as just running the Save_to_EEProm sketch and following the instructions?
The documentation is great
I ordered a few attiny85s
the 84s had a 20 dollar handling charge from my local(ish) vendor
edit: what terminal program do you favor?
It's the little chip that can.
I assume you mean the datasheet for the attiny85 on the OSCCAL values?
I installed the cores through links to the site from other posts, I didn't realize that was your site.
Installing it all was a breeze
I'm hoping programming the 85 will be as simple
Hopefully I'll get the first done soon and I'll post it up!
I love the 85, so much so I've built an emulator for it. (CB, got PCBs the other day and have half written a monitor program.)
Is it the PCB you published in the Hardware / Development section?
Did you make any changes from what you published?
Did you farm out the PCBs or etch them yourself?
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