Another project-a-week: ATtiny85 programming shield

Posted on Monday, March 4th, 2013 in project logs by DP

ATtiny85 Programmer FRONT

This week Rwinscot shared his RickPAW ATtiny85 programming shield project in the forum:

Saw a couple implementations of the ATtiny85 programmer on Instructables… and decided to roll my own.

It’s bare-bones, but gets the job done. It works as a minimal Arduino shield and has headers for ‘jacking-in’ to the uC. Goals on this one are to keep the design inexpensive and experiment with different board shapes.

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One Response to “Another project-a-week: ATtiny85 programming shield”

  1. says:

    Nice design. Maybe mine is not as fancy as the programmer shown above, but a bit more versatile…


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