What is it? It's a wearable badge with a blinking LED. It can also be used as a SAO. Why did you make it? Because I thought it would be fun What makes it special? The LED turns on for one second, t...Read More…
It's a wearable badge with a blinking LED. It can also be used as a SAO.
Because I thought it would be fun
The LED turns on for one second, then turns off for one second. Powered by an Attiny13.
Because I didn't want to
Time: 15 mins. Additional Tools Required: Tweezers Difficulty: Relatively Easy SMD
The LED is a 1206 SMD one, the side of the LED with the green dot should be placed to the right.
The Resistor is 0805 and there is a spare.
The ATtiny13 is probably the most difficult thing to install, but it is a fairly standard SMD IC so should not prove too difficult. Make sure to line up the dot of the IC and the dot on the PCB so the orientation is correct.
The switch is a standard SMD power switch.
The SAO connector is optional, it should be placed to match the markings on the PCB.
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