Posts Tagged ‘tinyAVR’

App note: Writing to flash and EEPROM on the tinyAVR 1-series

Sunday, January 21st, 2018

Update your tinyAVR code to access memories when using 1-series tinyAVRs. Link here (PDF) On tinyAVR® 1-series devices, access to Flash memory and EEPROM has been changed from that on previous tinyAVR devices. This means that existing code for writing to Flash and EEPROM on older devices must be modified...

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Little Wire kit is now available at Seeed Studio

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

Ihsan let us know that his pet project Little Wire is now on sale at Seeed in DIY kit form. The Little wire is an open source hardware, tinyAVR based multi-tool. Hi ! The day has come. The product is orderable at Seeed studio right now :) Thanks everyone for...

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Little-Wire entered production at Seeed Studios

Monday, June 4th, 2012

The Little-Wire, TinyAVR based multi-tool has entered production at Seeed Studios. After some initial difficulties with production setup, the first run of Little Wires has started production last week. Last Friday they said me that they'll start the production  immediately at that day. I'm waiting ... I hope at most...

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App note: Avoid clock stretch in I2C with Atmel tinyAVR

Sunday, June 3rd, 2012

Here is an app note from Atmel describing how their TWI (I2C) peripheral, found in tinyAVRs, avoids SCL clock stretching. This application note describes a TWI slave driver for the ATtiny20 and ATtiny40. Aslave software driver is included. The application note explains how the TWI SCL clock is not  stretched,...

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