TinyDev is a super tiny Tiny85 LED Driver & Development BoardDesigned by Unexpected Maker, Ships from Australia
I make lots of projects that use NeoPixel style LED strips in various lengths - who doesn't like bright, colourful flashing lights, right??? Now available as a KIT or PRE ASSEMBLED I wanted a tiny ...Read More…
I make lots of projects that use NeoPixel style LED strips in various lengths - who doesn't like bright, colourful flashing lights, right???
Now available as a KIT or PRE ASSEMBLED
I wanted a tiny board that would be as small and narrow as the strips to fit into small projects and though my first iterations were handmade versions on proto-board, I kept finding more and more use cases for them, so I decided to turn it into a product for myself and for others to use in their projects.
It's super small... just 26mm x 9mm and includes 5V DC power-in pins on the left and 5VDC + GPIO 0 out on the right to line up with a NeoPixel strip.
It also includes GPIO 3 broken out that can be used as an extra output or an input for something like a button or LDR or touch sensor etc. GPIO 3 is an Analogue or Digital pin.
Every order comes with an extra blank TinyDev PCB!
The board also includes holes for a 6 pin header ( male header included but not soldered on) for those that would like to program their TinyDev via an AVR programmer.
What's in the kit?
This project is open source, so the PCB design files & Gerbers are all available below in my Unexpected Maker Github. If you'd like to get your own PCB's printed that's ok with me!
VIVA LA OPEN SOURCE HARDWARE!
Here is an example of the TinyDev in use in a fun project...
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Ron | Aug. 14, 2018
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