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.

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3D Printer Bed Leveler Tool

“A quick bed leveling tool for 3D printers. Around the start of the year, Dominick Lee published a project called 3D Print Bed Leveling Tool Using M5StickC on this site. After seeing it in action, I wanted one so I …

Electronic Depth Gauge for Dremel Drill Press

“A clip-on electronic depth gauge for a Dremel Drill Press. No wires or screws required. Sometimes during a build, you may need to drill holes of a fixed depth. I have a Dremel Drill Press and while it is a …

UV Exposure Box

“A UV Exposure Box to expose photoresist or solder masks for single and double boards. Most of the projects that I build have a custom printed circuit board. With a preference to making my own PCBs rather than use proto-boards …

A Tiny Logic Probe TTL / CMOS with Battery Charger

“Using an ATtiny1614 processor with LiPo battery, including USB charging circuitry and logic. It is programmable with Arduino IDE! I would introduce to you this Logic Probe, a complete instrument. It is simple but effective to measure digital logic levels …

ATtiny1614 Frequency Meter

“A tiny frequency meter built using the ATtiny1614 microprocessor. Over the years, I have build a number of audio oscillator circuits using discreet components (no microprocessors). While these produce good quality sine waves, the frequency of the output is usually …

ATtiny1614 Function Generator

“A tiny function generator built using the ATtiny1614 microprocessor and its internal Digital-To-Analog Convertor (DAC). The ATtiny1614 processor The ATtiny1614 is part of the new breed of ATtiny microprocessors. One of its features is a built-in Digital-to-Analog Convertor or DAC …

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Gear Clock

“A 3D printed clock driven by a single stepper motor using gears to separate hours, minutes and seconds. This build replaces the electronics used in the Simple Super Gear Clock by Tokyo_Bird. The Arduino Nano module and ULN2003A stepper motor …

Adrianino. ATtiny 1614. UPDI.

“The following project was born with the idea that electronics is very easy to learn and modular at the same time. Although I have already finished my Fab Academy, I am still researching. Speaking with my instructors Nuria and Pablo …

Car Windscreen HUD

“A heads-up display for your car’s windscreen showing your speed and/or heading. This project is a rebuild of Car HUD - Windscreen Display for Speed & Compass by marcozonca. I really liked the concept. Having a number of 0.8in …

NeoPixel Newton Light Cradle

“A cool Newton’s cradle made from ping pong balls containing WS2812B LEDs. This project emulates a Newton’s cradle using light to demonstrate the conservation of momentum and energy. The original project was created by TecnoProfesor and can be …