ATtiny10 Development Board with USB-C and Micro USB
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ATtiny10 Development Board with USB-C and Micro USB

If you like using the simplest possible chip for each of your applications, then the ATtiny10 development board will strongly appeal to you. The ATtiny10 development board from Bobricius is a low-power high-performance 6-pin processor equipped with both USB-C and Micro-USB for powering...

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ATtiny10 Programming with Platformio and Terminal
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ATtiny10 Programming with Platformio and Terminal

The ATtiny10 is an intriguing little device with plenty of capabilities. It’s size pushes your creativity but first, it needs to be programmed. This can get a little tricky but here I suggest two easy ways to get started. The Atmel ATtiny101 is a tiny AVR microcontroller with a 6 pin...

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Temperature Controlled FAN using ATtiny10
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Temperature Controlled FAN using ATtiny10

The electrons movement in electronic components lead to the generation of heat which when beyond certain thresholds, prevents some components from functioning properly and in others could lead to a catastrophic breakdown. For this reason, the topics of ventilation, overheating, and...

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ATtiny10 Thermometer using DS18B20
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ATtiny10 Thermometer using DS18B20

This is a small battery-powered thermometer that displays the temperature as a series of red and green flashes on an LED. by David Johnson-Davies: The thermometer consists of an ATtiny10, a DS18B20 1-wire temperature sensor, and a bi-colour LED. To avoid the need for a digital display,...

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How to use the Atmel ATTINY10 Microcontroller
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How to use the Atmel ATTINY10 Microcontroller

Here is a nice video from Ben Heck describing how to program and use the smallest AVR microcontroller, the ATTINY10. He covers, how to wire a small converter and an AVR High Voltage Programmer, how to get started with Atmel Studio 7 and basic I/O, how to blink a LED and view the signal...

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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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