Post Tagged with: "ATtiny"

Photosensor Circuit

Photosensor Circuit

on06 August 2016 / in Blog, Electronics, How To, Workshop

  These three eTextile circuits use the same hardware to create a light sensing circuit.   The first two example uses seed beads to insulate the conductive thread and add an aesthetic twist to standard electronic hardware.     While the final circuit uses electrical tape, conductive paint, conductive thread, conductive tape, and a lot of ingenuity to connect the […]

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5 LED Blink Slow Out of Sequence

5 LED Blink Slow Out of Sequence

on19 December 2014 / in Blog, Electronics, Hardware, How To, LED

  Breadboard prototype test for Five LEDs with Atmel ATtiny45 microcontroller programmed with Arduino to slowly blink out of sequence. Blink Order is: led3, led1, led5, led4, led2     Video can be found on The eTextile Lounge youTube channel. Binary sketch size: 1,014 bytes (of a 4,096 byte maximum) Error Message – IGNORE avrdude: please define PAGEL and BS2 […]

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5 LED Fade Slow in Sequence

5 LED Fade Slow in Sequence

on12 November 2014 / in Blog, Electronics, Hardware, How To

New video on The eTextile Lounge youTube channel!. You can also watch this on the eTextile Lounge youTube channel. Arduino Code can be uploaded to ATtiny45 using the Arduino as ISP Tutorial. /*Five LED Fade Slow in SEQUENCE*/ /*Arduino Uno v.1.0.3 as ISP for Atmel ATtiny45 internal 8MHz clock*/ /*using software PWM*/ /*14 Ocotber 2014*/ /*lynne bruning for The eTextile […]

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5 LED Blink Slow in Sequence

5 LED Blink Slow in Sequence

on05 November 2014 / in Blog, Electronics, How To

    New video on The eTextile Lounge youTube channel!. Arduino Code can be uploaded to ATtiny45 using the Arduino as ISP Tutorial   /*FIVE LED Blink Slow in Sequence*/ /*Arduino Uno v.1.0.3 as ISP for Atmel ATtiny45 internal 8MHz clock*/ /*14 Ocotber 2014*/ /*lynne bruning for The eTextile Lounge*/ /*http://etextilelounge.com*/ int led1 = 0; int led2 = 1; int […]

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5 LED Blink Fast in Sequence

5 LED Blink Fast in Sequence

on29 October 2014 / in Blog, Electronics, How To

    New video can be viewed on The eTextile Lounge youTube channel. Arduino Code can be uploaded to ATtiny45 using the Arduino as ISP Tutorial. /*Five LED Blink Fast in Sequence*/ /*Arduino Uno v.1.0.3 as ISP for Atmel ATtiny45 internal 8MHz clock*/ /*14 Ocotber 2014*/ /*lynne bruning for The eTextile Lounge*/ /*http://etextilelounge.com*/ // led is attached to pin int […]

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Lighting fail for the win!

Lighting fail for the win!

on22 October 2014 / in Blog, Electronics, LED

  I was testing a 5 LED Blink Sequence when the lighting went wonky tonky!   Watch on The eTextile Lounge youTube channel     Watch on The eTextile Lounge youTube channel     Stay tuned for more breadboard circuit prototyping!  

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The Prototyping Never Ends

The Prototyping Never Ends

on20 October 2014 / in Blog, Electronics

  It was a blink and bling weekend with Red, Green, and Blue   Workbench   ATtiny45 Buzzer Prototype  

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Programing ATtiny45 with Arduino Uno

Programing ATtiny45 with Arduino Uno

on01 May 2014 / in Blog, Electronics

  Breadboard set up for programing Atmel ATtiny45 to blink four LEDs.    

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Arduino Breadboard Blink 1 LED

Arduino Breadboard Blink 1 LED

on25 February 2014 / in Blog, Electronics, Hardware, How To

How to set up a breadboard circuit for ATtiny45 to blink one LED. BREADBOARD CONNECTIONS Connect Power to ATtiny Power positive to ATtiny VCC (+, red) Power negative to ATtiny GND (-, black) Connect LED LED positive to ATtiny Pin 0 (signal, white) LED negative to resistor Resistor to negative power (-, black)   CODE Upload the following code to […]

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Breadboard Set Up for Programing ATtinys

Breadboard Set Up for Programing ATtinys

on18 February 2014 / in Blog, Electronics, How To

  When working with Arduino to program ATtinys I use this standard breadboard set up. The right half I use to program and the left side I use to test.   This system allows me to upload the boot loader and code and then quickly test the microcontroller for blink.  

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