Perfect for low power projects, dedicated tasks, Internet of Things, and so much more, the ATmega85 and its bare bones cousin ATtiny13 are formidable chips. Now you can save time programming your ATtiny85 or ATtiny13 project prototype with eeZee Tiny. That's what I do. Now you can order an ATtiny85 or ATtiny13 to go with your eeZee Tiny board. Here's the documentation and here's the Open Source Hardware repository
- AVR ISP header included so you can program the chip in place.
- All 8 pins exposed for breadboard prototyping
- 1 sq in. board takes up very little space
- 0.1uF and 10uF (or larger) filtering capacitors pre-soldered
- Works with ATtiny11, ATtiny12, ATtiny13, ATtiny25, ATtiny45, ATtiny85
- Reset switch and pull-up resistor included
- You can add an ATtiny13A or ATtiny85 to your order, too
- AVR Studio, Atmel Studio
- Eclipse and the AVR Plugin
- Arduino IDE using arduino-tiny core (Tiny85, 84, 2313 families)
Flashing the Chip
Maybe you need to add breadboard power?
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I purchased both the ATtiny85 and ATtiny84 breakout from Bot Thoughts Store at Tindie and I am very happy! I use both of these tiny AVR chips in many of my robotics/electronics projects and having breakouts that fit directly into breadboard makes (re)programming and prototyping very easy. Soldering the kit together was simple (all SMD components are pre-populated, just need to attach DIP socket, headers and switch) and both work without problem. (I am using a USBtiny ISP programmer).
I think the advantage of the separate breakout for each tiny chip as opposed to more universal mega/tiny programmers is that you can (re)program the chips easily within your prototype. No need to remove it from breadboard!
Jan. 10, 2014
It's a very good breakout board.
The price is very good too.
Italian people must be awaiting a lot of days (30-40).
However I think that this kind of product is worth waiting.
Per le spedizioni dagli USA in Italia bisogna attendere 30-40 giorni (non è colpa del venditore).
Se non c'e' fretta ne vale la pena.
Nov. 19, 2013
What I've been looking for. I like to write little things for Tiny's and this makes a lot of my work just go away. I can keep it plugged into my Arduino ISP programmer plugged in and just unplug it from the PCB to reprogram the chip... Cool.
Aug. 17, 2013
Sometimes you find something that's just so simple and obvious, it makes perfect sense. Michael's ATtiny breakout boards are just that. A single board to program and prototype with rather than swapping the uC between programming shield and breadboard. They are dead easy to assemble and come with everything you need (just add ATtiny!). It's a cliche, but you will want to collect the whole set.
April 18, 2013
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