You Are Here: Home » Posts tagged "hex" (Page 2)

ATtiny12 fuse restorer using microcontroller

This restores the fuses in an ATtiny12 via High Voltage Serial Programming. Plug an ATtiny12 into the 8 pin socket and hold down "GO!" button. The LED will come on at the end of the programming process, which only takes a couple hundred millisecond. The fuses are now restored to their factory default states. This picture was taken before the voltage doubler, made with the 1N916 and 100 uf capacitor were add ...

Read more

3 channel, 8 bit EEPROM DAC with DS interface using ATtiny12 microcontroller

•Low power •EEPROM memory for autonomous operation, 16 bytes available for general purpose use. •Low cost This device provides three channels of 8 bit pulse-width modulation. Output pulse duty cycle ranges from 0 to 255/256 in 255 steps. DACs may be loaded by the DS interface. DAC values may also be copied into the on-chip EERPOM and then automatically be loaded into the DACs when power is applies, making i ...

Read more

Real Time Clock/Calendar/Alarm with Interpreter for battery backed-up and battery powered operation with DS interface using ATtiny12

Based on the Atmel ATtiny12L-4PI microcontroller -A real Time Clock/Calendar for less than US$1.50 in moderate quantity.   This is the timekeeping test circuit. It includes a one-transistor circuit to switch in the 5V power supply when present and drop back to the 3v battery the rest of the time. That loop of blue wire-wrapping wire is a lariat used to quickly and easily pull the chip out of the socket ...

Read more

DS interface test tool using ATtiny2313 microcontroller

The DS protocol was designed to provide firmware-based bidirectional host-to-slave inter processor communications for situations in which no hardware solution is available and the host and/or the slave in incapable of tending the interface in real time. The only specialized hardware required is two bidirectional I/O ports on each chip (alternatively two input ports and two tri-statable output ports may be u ...

Read more

A Superhet/Direct Conversion AM receiver for 181.818 kHz using Attiny2313

Downloads Download the AVRStudio assembly source  vlflo13041105A.asm (html format) Download the AVRStudio Hex file vlflo13041105A.hex (html format) Photo of completed receiver. Its pocket sized, but not intended to be used that way because the antenna is a highly directional ferrite loopstick. Its only a matter of luck that there was room for all the components on the board, which is wired point-to-point wi ...

Read more

Frequency Meter with 100 MHz RF desktop channel using ATtiny2313 microcontroller

This basically the frequency meter section of the frequency meter/pulse generator based on the AT90S2313 described elsewhere on this site, combined with the 100 MHz RF interface described in the page about the RS-232 to 100 MHz RF desktop channel adapter. Built and align this is the same manner as the 100 MHz RF desktop channel adapter. The frequency meter has a maximum input frequency of 4 Mhz and counts u ...

Read more

Multifunction 330 MHz Remote Control With an ATTINY2313 Simulating the PT2264 Encoder

This 330 MHz remote control sends timed sequences of control pulses to accomplish complicated tasks. You can probably tell that I used a lot of solder flux on this board. Lots of flux not only helps the solder wet to the copper, but it also greatly reduces solder bridges. You can probably tell that I used a lot of solder flux on this board. Lots of flux not only helps the solder wet to the copper, but it al ...

Read more
Scroll to top