ATTiny85 breakout board

Posted on Monday, June 30th, 2014 in project logs by DP


Shady994 shared his first PCB an ATTiny85 breakout board in the project log forum:

I (badly!) soldered up my first PCB, an ATTiny85 programming/breakout board.
It also has a header so I can connect it to my Bus Pirate, which I’ve been using as a programmer.

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