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ATtiny85

The high-performance, low-power Microchip 8-bit AVR RISC-based microcontroller combines 8KB ISP flash memory, 512B EEPROM, 512-Byte SRAM, 6 general purpose I/O lines, 32 general purpose working registers, one 8-bit timer/counter with compare modes, one 8-bit high speed timer/counter, USI, internal and external Interrupts, 4-channel 10-bit A/D converter, programmable watchdog timer with internal oscillator, three software selectable power saving modes, and debugWIRE for on-chip debugging. The device achieves a throughput of 20 MIPS at 20 MHz and operates between 2.7-5.5 volts. By executing powerful instructions in a single clock cycle, the device achieves throughputs approaching 1 MIPS per MHz, balancing power consumption and processing speed.

Project  HexLight

HexLight

“Made a Custom HexLight consist of WS2812 2020 package LEDs and Attiny85 all jam packed in a 3D Printed body. HEXLIGHT is a small, hexagon-shaped RGB light that is created using custom PCBs and a 3D-printed body. An Attiny85 MCU …

Using I2C sensors on a linux via a USB and IIO

“A short story of getting a tiny, cheap USB I²C adapter for a home server, learning about the Industrial I/O linux subsystem, and connecting it to collectd. A few months ago I wrote about using a Raspberry Pi with …

A Circular Binary Clock

“In a previous instructable, I have presented a concept for making a “linear” binary clock from a standard WS2812 LED strip and an ATtiny microprocessor. The design of that clock was not that great… …which is why I made a …

Mini DIY H-Bridge made from Fets

“Made a simple H Bridge setup by using SMD Mosfets, Arduino is used as control unit. By using this small 20mm x 20mm board, we can power small DC motors that operate at a lower voltage, like below 5V, from …

Pieca: A Raspberry Pi Camera System for Leica M Mount Lenses

“Taking pictures and geeking out over cameras was one of my first hobbies starting with an old Olympus point and shoot, I then moved up to a DSLR upgrading as new and exciting technology became accessible to my summer job …

Is it really a thing? Attiny Machine Learning

“David raises a question worth investigating: RAM constraints of the Attiny chip. RAM is indeed the most limiting factor on many boards as it dictates how much data you can hold in memory at any given time. Until recently, most …

A Tiny Counter

“Building a simple 7 segment display counter using ATtiny microcontroller. Overview In this project, we will be controlling the 7-segment display using 2-ATtiny microcontrollers which get input from the push button and increment the number. The ATtiny will be programmed …

DIY Arduino Power Shield: Push Button On/off, Auto Shutoff, and External Watchdog Timer

“An Arduino shield is a circuit board with electrical components already permanently set up. This board is then plugged right into an Arduino board, making all the connections of the components fast and convenient, and error free. You can buy …

Simple RGB Desktoclock using ATTINY85

“RGB Desktop clock using ATtiny85 and neopixel I wanted to make a customised clock for my desk. With the help of neopixel LEDs, I decided to build my own digital clock that is good enough to display the time while …

Meteor Storm

“A pretty raw single-button microarcade game (similar to the well-known Flappy Bird and many others) made in a bunch of hours to test some attiny85 + SSD1306 OLED screen stuff. (as a future TODO, the code can probably be improved, cleaned …