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DIY ATTiny85 Development Board

Posted on Wednesday, November 30th, 2011 in DIY by DP

Christopher built an ATTiny85 development board. It has all the microcontroller pins broken out to a 2×4 dual row pinheader, a power indicator LED, and a reset button as well.

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2 Responses to “DIY ATTiny85 Development Board”

  1. Chris W says:

    I really plan on make a few modifications yet to make the board fit the breadboard a little better and also to add power to the board.

    Any other suggestions would be pretty cool!

  2. Kotaks says:

    Could u send me the schematic diagram which has a usb plug so that i could plug directly to a usb port?

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