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Standalone Arduino / ATMega chip on breadboard

Standalone Arduino / ATMega Chip on Breadboard

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How to make Simon Says using ATtiny13a and mini breadboard.

How to Make Simon Says Using ATtiny13a and Mini Breadboard.

I made the game that I used 12 LED for in memory of is very little with tried the challenge I make games in 1 KB.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/buttonduino-a-button-sized-breadboard-mountable-arduino/x/2370808 | ButtonDuino - The Tiniest LabVIEW Compatible Arduino - ButtonDuino is a tiny yet fully functional Arduino that is programmable via USB. The small ButtonDuino can be left in projects, but is compatible with breadboards as well. ButtonDuino is the only Tiny Arduino that is LabVIEW compatible.

ButtonDuino - A Button-Sized Breadboard Mountable Arduino

If you are like and me and enjoy building electronic projects then you might have worked with the Arduino Uno. The Arduino uno is the most popular micro controller of the series and has a large collection of libraries which make working with it very easy. So there would be times where you may need more than one Uno for the project, I like to make my own micro controller rather than buying a new one, as this saves me some money which may be helpful for other such projects.In this tutorial…

How to Build an Arduino Uno on a BreadBoard

If you are like and me and enjoy building electronic projects then you might have worked with the Arduino Uno. The Arduino uno is the most popular micro controller.

Beside my Arduino instructables I also use pure ATmega328 and ATtiny85 microcontrollers. To program them I normally used a breadboard and the ArduinoISP setup with an Arduino UNO or NANO. But this was not the best solution. So I build this programmer shield in my typical stripboard layout: Only straight lines - no crossings!You need these parts:1x 28 pin socket1x 8 pin socket1x push button1x 16 MHz crystal1x red LED1x green LED1x yellow LEDResistors for the LEDs: in my case 2x 220 Ohm (R and…

AVR Programmer Shield

Beside my Arduino instructables I also use pure and microcontrollers. To program them I normally used a breadboard and the ArduinoISP setup wit.

ESP8266 Solderless Breadboard Adapter

ESP8266 Solderless Breadboard Adapter

I want to show you how to build a simple solderless breadboard adapter for the wasnt able to find something similar thats why I decided to do it on my.

SquixTechBlog: ESP8266: NodeMCU V1.0 part created for Fritzing

Fritzing is a nice tool to quickly draw up your breadboard circuits. From there you can easily and for a competitive price order PCBs. But Fritzing is only fun when you have all the parts that you use in your project. For me the NodeMCU

Smart home automation diy

We always admired the amazing hardware and software that DIY home automators can put together and Mat Smiths project to build his ultimate home control panel is a great example. Mat is designing an…

ESP8266 MQTT OLED Display

MQTT OLED Display Like many people I have been playing with the Espressif WiFi modules over the last few months. I've had a couple of modules

FISHINO: Arduino become wireless

Why "Fishino" ? The names comes to a joke made on April Fools' Day (in Italian "Pesce d'Aprile", and 'Pesce', which sounds 'pashe' means Fish) made

Building Homie Devices for IoT or Home Automation

Building Homie Devices for IoT or Home Automation

This instructable is part of my DIY Home Automation series, check out main article "Planning a DIY Home Automation System".

Control your home with Arduino

Control Your Home With Arduino

Arduino is a great tool to control and sense thing, this is why most of people use it, but there is a big catch. Arduino can only handle really small currents.