A tiny board for a tiny chip!Designed by RasterWeb! in United States of America
What is it? This tiny little board is meant to hold an ATtiny85. Maybe all you need for a project is an ATtiny85, and maybe you want an easy way to remove it from a socket to reprogram it... This m...Read More…
This tiny little board is meant to hold an ATtiny85. Maybe all you need for a project is an ATtiny85, and maybe you want an easy way to remove it from a socket to reprogram it... This might be the solution! You can solder wires to it, or screw terminals, or pin headers to jam it into a breadboard. There are also mounting holes for 3mm bolts or #4 screws. Hey, did you know you can control NeoPixels with just an ATtiny85? Wow!
I created these for a project where I used 20 ATtiny85 chips to generate sound. These board allowed me to easily solder on piezo elements and to connect up a battery to power each one. I made a lot of these, so now you can use them too!
You will get just the PCB. No ATtiny85, no socket, no screw terminals, no pin headers, no wires, and no mounting hardware.
Tindie doesn't allow pricing under $1.00 so you will get a 2-pack! (Though you can also buy more if needed.)
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