Using a Raspberry Pi to program an ATTiny10/9/5/4
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Using a Raspberry Pi to program an ATTiny10/9/5/4

Using a Raspberry Pi to program an ATTiny4/5/9/10. But, mostly the $0.25 ATTiny10. And, not necessarily a Raspberry Pi, but anything with GPIOs! Yep. It works. At least tested pretty thoroughly with my ATTiny10. It can also read all the memories AND run timings against the AVR to do...

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Programming the ATtiny10 using Arduino IDE
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Programming the ATtiny10 using Arduino IDE

David Johnson-Davies @ technoblogy.com has a nice guide on how to program ATtiny10 6-pin mcu using the arduino IDE. Programming is done using the widely available USBasp programmer from Thomas Fischl. Examples are also included on the guide. Unlike the SPI protocol used to program the...

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Getting Started with Atmel ATtiny10
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Getting Started with Atmel ATtiny10

Mahesh @ electronut.in show us how to program these tiny microcontrollers (ATtiny10) with Atmel Studio 7 and make an RGB led to light. I like Atmel tinyAVRs because they are tiny computers that I can (almost) wrap my head around. The Atmel ATtiny4/5/9/10 are the cheapest in the...

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ATtiny10 Mini Breakout Board
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ATtiny10 Mini Breakout Board

Dan Watson has designed a tiny breakout board for the Atmel ATtiny10. The board includes a bypass capacitor, a power LED and a user LED: This breakout board is for the ATtiny10 microcontroller. The PCB is 0.25×0.325″ and uses 0.050″ header pins. The board could actually be made...

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