Following on from A tiny one and Using an ATtiny development board, I figured that it was time to get the DigiStump/DigiSpark ATtiny85 board (that I had ordered over two months ago) to work, seeing as I had failed to get the ATtiny85 and the development board to work previously.
This time around it was a lot easier…
Continue reading Digistumped?
What makes a crystal tick exactly?
Continue reading Crystal quest
Code to make an ATtiny15 output a 2 MHz clock signal.
As the Atmel datasheet recommends frequencies no higher than 1.75 MHz, then you will need to use an ATtiny25/45/85 for frequencies greater than this.
Continue reading A tiny oscillator
Following on from the VGM player using the SD76496 mentioned in Chiptunes, in particular the LTC6903, I realised that I need a 8 pin breakout board for the 8 pin SOP of the LTC6903…
Continue reading Breakout!
Following on from the VGM player using the SD76496 mentioned in Chiptunes, I thought I’d look into the NodeMCU…
Continue reading Oh Node you don’t!
The LSDJmi project is neat, but I thought I’d make a stripboard version…
Continue reading ArduinoBoy LSDj (from LSDJmi)
For a long while I have wanted a Taurino Power 24 volt controller, and although they seem hard to find now, there is the Eruduino, which seems to be a reasonable clone…
Using 24 volts over 12 volts means, basically, less (half) current, thinner wires (or less likely to burn out the existing wires), less stress on connectors (where most fires start).
Continue reading Double the volts… double the fun!