PCB Only (no components) for Classic ATtiny85-20PU Stop LightDesigned by Volthaus Electronics Laboratory, Ships from United States of America
What is it? A bare PCB for making a Classic ATtiny85-20PU Stop Light. No components are included so if you have your own you can use this PCB to make a Classic ATtiny85-20PU Stop Light night light....Read More…
A bare PCB for making a Classic ATtiny85-20PU Stop Light. No components are included so if you have your own you can use this PCB to make a Classic ATtiny85-20PU Stop Light night light. It is the bare PCB only. To complete the Stop Light you need three 10mm LEDs (Red, Green, and Yellow) one 150 ohm resistor and an ATtiny85-20PU and two header pins for power. 2.6cm X 7.3cm Printed Circuit Board
I had these made for my Classic ATtiny85-20PU Stop Light Kit and the company name and the words StopLight V1.0 ended up under the solder mask so I am offering these as a bare PCB
My friend invited me to his son's birthday party, and on the table with the cake and the presents was a novelty lamp that was a working stop light. And I saw how much fun the children were having with it. When they were going to the table for a piece of cake the light would change from green to red and the children would stop and laugh until the light turned green. It was so much fun.
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