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ATtiny1614

The ATtiny1614 is a microcontroller featuring the 8-bit AVR® processor with hardware multiplier - running at up to 20MHz and with 16 KB Flash, 2 KB SRAM and 128 bytes of EEPROM in a 14-pin package. The series uses the latest Core Independent Peripherals with low power features. Including Event System, intelligent analog and advanced peripherals. Capacitive touch interfaces with proximity sensing and driven shield are supported by the integrated QTouch® peripheral touch controller.

Project  Stroboscope

Stroboscope

“A simple tool to measure speeds of rotating objects Stroboscope is a flashing light that can provide light pulses at a variable rate. When a rotating object is observed in a powerful beam of pulsed light with the frequency of …

Magnetic Levitation with ATtiny1614

“A simple magnetic levitation toy built using a ATtiny1614 microprocessor This is my build of Magnet Levitation with Arduino by fellow Hackster jsirgado. This version differs in the following ways: - Replaced Arduino Nano with ATtiny1614 microprocessor - Added a 3D printed …

General Purpose Relay Timer

“A battery powered timer with a settable OFF time and ON time. Dual output relay connections accessible via screw terminals. Over the years I have build many timers and of course many Apps abound for your mobile phone. But when …

Electronic Scales

“A 3D printed set of scales that uses a 5kg load sensor and HX711 module. This project came about after reading an article on Load Cells on the Circuit Journal site by Indrek Luuk. A load cell is designed to …

Radio Frequency power detector “sniffer”)

“A wide range RF detector 50-3000Mhz with battery charger, ATtiny micro controller and SMD. The RF detector can be used as linear instrument monitor or as threshold/comparator alarm, it depends from DipSwitch1-1 setting: On=instrument, Off=comparator. The threshold …

SMD Reflow Hot Plate

“A DIY temperature controlled Hot Plate for soldering SMD components. Story Over the years, electronic components have changed both in terms of size and also their footprint. More and more designs incorporate or solely use surface mount components (SMD) rather …

Project  Holo Clock

Holo Clock

“3D printed and run by a single stepper motor, this unique clock’s hands float in a hollow frame. The changes that I made were: - Use of a cheap 28BYJ-48 stepper motor - New electronics based around a ATtiny1614 microprocessor …

3S Battery Charger

“Build your own Li-Po & Li-ion Balance Charger for under $10 Recently I purchased some 3S Li-Po batteries for a project I was working on. Unlike single cell batteries, batteries with multiple cells should be charged in a balanced way. This …

I2C SD-Card Module

“This is an SD-card module that allows you to write to and read from files on an SD card using a two-wire I2C interface. It’s based on an ATtiny1614 and a few other components, and it’s compact …

Timescale Clock

“A interesting presentation of a clock that shows the current time on a linear time line. On the Technoblogy website, David Johnson-Davies designed a Timescale Clock based on a ATtiny84 microprocessor. This seemed like a great project to upgrade with …