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ATTiny Board For AVR ATTiny microcontrollers

Description With this small board you can program most of the AVR ATTiny microcontrollers or you can build your projects to use it in a stand alone application. It can be powered with a 9V battery because it has 5V voltage regulator on it. The voltage regulator can give 1000mA current. The power to the board can also be supplied with a wall wart. Low power external devices like a LCD module can be powered v ...

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4×4 LED Display

The 4×4 LED Display was my first project with a two-layer circuitboard layout. The alignment was not 100% optimal, but sufficent. I wanted to make the board as small as possible, so the parts had to be stacked at some places. The square LED’s were painted black on the sides to keep the pixels sharp. The rows and columns are both controlled by a 4094 Shift&Store-register. The upper four bits control the ...

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DIY AVR Programmers

For those who are trying to make AVR kit at home, an AVR programmer which can be simple to make will be really useful, as it'll avoid buying the programmer!! Here I'm giving a few webpage links on how to make a programmers yourself. - Here is a simple AVR serial programmer, works with PC serial port, easy to make For complete info check out the webpage: AVR Serial programmer from Extremeelectronics.co.in - ...

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Running PYTHON (pymite-09) on an Arduino MEGA 2560 using atmega16 micrcontroller

Now it is the first time I am using an arduino board. Arduino mega 2560 is really a great product. The chip got a flash of 256KB, RAM of 8KB and EEPROM of 4KB. Also, the data sheet of Atmega2560 says that we can extend the RAM (by external) upto 64KB. Another most important feature of this stuff is that it have 54 Digital I/O pins (of which 14 provide PWM output). It is clocked with a 16MHz crystal osc. Als ...

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Arduino Mega 2560

What is Arduino Mega 2560: The arduino mega 2560 is a microcontroller board in line with the ATmega2560 (ATmega2560 datasheet). It's having 54 digital input/output hooks (of which 14 can be used PWM results), 16 analogue inputs, 4 UARTs (Universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter) to interface with rs232 serial port enabled devices including computers, a 16 MHz very oscillator, a USB connection, a power ja ...

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