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spycatcher2k

May 17, 2012, 04:27 pm Last Edit: May 17, 2012, 08:16 pm by spycatcher2k Reason: 1
Hi all, Just had an idea to upload my Cores (That I've installed, NOT created) for others to use.

There are a few here :

ATtiny series (26/24/44/84/25/45/85/2313)
Sanguino
Arduino-Cerebot Plus
Arduino-Cerebot II atemga64
Arduino-Digilent I/O Explorer USB
Arduino-Atmega16
Arduino-Butterfly stk500
Arduino-Atmega165
Arduino-Amber 128 14.7456 Mhz
Arduino-Duino 644
Arduino-Duino 644P
Arduino-illuminato
Arduino-Wiring 1281
Arduino-Orangutan SVP-1284
Arduino-Rugged Circuits Gator Board
Arduino-Penguino AVR
Arduino-ATmega8515
Arduino-Test-Atmega8535
Arduino-Android 2561 8Mhz
Arduino-Android 2561 16Mhz
Atmega88
Arduino-Atmega3290p
Arduino-Teensy 2.0 (USB Serial)
Arduino-Teensy++ 2.0 (USB Serial)
Arduino-at90usb162
Arduino-at90usb646
Arduino-at90usb647
Arduino-at90usbkey
Arduino-ATtiny45
Arduino-ATtiny26
Arduino-ATtiny85
Arduino-ATtiny2313
AT90CAN128 development board NHL (arduino core)
at90can64  (arduino core)
at90can32  (arduino core)
STK500 w/STKk502 - ATmega169 (Arduino Core)
STK500 w/DVK90CAN1 - AT90can128 (Arduino Core)
STK500 w/STK525 - at90usb1287 (Arduino Core)
STK500 w/STK525 - at90usb647 (Arduino Core)
Arduino-BahBots 1284p
Arduino Atmega48
Arduino atmega640
Embedded market atmega32
Arduino-attiny861
Arduino-atmega8u2

Not all of these have been tested by me - and I won't be able to give
support on them , Sorry.

This is just to make it a little easier to use those little more obscure chips.

If anyone has any to add then feel free.

Edited to add the actual file
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nickgammon


Hi all, Just had an idea to upload my Cores (That I've installed, NOT created) for others to use.


Sounds good. Er, where are they? Did I miss something?
Please post technical questions on the forum, not by personal message. Thanks!

More info: http://www.gammon.com.au/electronics

Coding Badly

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Arduino-attiny861


I hope you don't mind my asking: Have you used an ATtiny861 in a project?

nickgammon

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Edited to add the actual file


Thanks! Got it now.
Please post technical questions on the forum, not by personal message. Thanks!

More info: http://www.gammon.com.au/electronics

spycatcher2k

Don't mind any questions - Not used that one - Using 168/328s, 45s,85s, 26s & 8s at the moment. Trying to get my hands on the others to experiment, but buying 1 offs is just too expensive to justify.
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I think the 26 is the predecessor of the 861 family ... http://www.atmel.com/Images/doc8026.pdf ... yup.  Have you used an ATtiny26 in a project?

spycatcher2k

Yip - I've made a clock & LED display for a mate.
Mrs Drew
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I assume you needed a minimum number of I/O pins which eliminates a processor like the 85.  But why did you use a 26 as opposed to something like an 8 (168, 328) or a 2313 (4313)?

spycatcher2k

Easy - Because I got them for 10 Pence each ;-) from my local college, they ordered the wrong Mcus for there course work.
Mrs Drew
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I will design & code for you, but I will also charge you (PM me)
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Coding Badly


Nice.  New they're running $2 to $3.

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