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The ATINY85 Mini USB Development Board is a compact and versatile microcontroller board based on the ATtiny85 chip. Despite its small size, it offers a range of features and capabilities, making it suitable for various embedded projects. The board includes a USB connector for easy programming and power supply, allowing for convenient development and prototyping.

      ATINY 85 Mini USB Development Board

      SKU: 188
      ₹650.00 Regular Price
      ₹300.00Sale Price
      • Specification

        • Microcontroller: ATtiny85
        • 8-bit RISC architecture
        • Clock Speed: Up to 16 MHz
        • Operating Voltage: 2.7V to 5.5V
        • Flash Memory: 8KB
        • SRAM: 512B
        • GPIO Pins: 6 (including 3 PWM capable pins)
        • Analog Input Pins: 4
        • UART, SPI, I2C interfaces (with software implementation)
        • Dimensions: Compact and board-specific


        • Gather the necessary components: ATINY85 Mini USB Development Board and a computer with the Arduino IDE installed.
        • Ensure that your computer is powered on but the development board is not connected yet.
        • Take the ATINY85 Mini USB Development Board and locate the USB connector. It is usually a rectangular socket on the board.
        • Take a USB cable with a Type-A connector on one end and a micro-USB connector on the other end.
        • Connect the Type-A end of the USB cable to an available USB port on your computer.
        • Connect the micro-USB end of the USB cable to the USB connector on the development board.
        • Once the cable is connected to both the computer and the development board, the board will receive power from the computer.
        • Open the Arduino IDE on your computer.
        • In the Arduino IDE, go to Tools > Board and select "ATtiny25/45/85" from the list of supported boards.
        • Go to Tools > Processor and select "ATtiny85" from the list of supported processors.
        • Choose the appropriate port for communication with the board by going to Tools > Port.
        • You can now start programming the ATINY85 Mini USB Development Board using the Arduino IDE.
        • Write your code, upload it to the board, and test your project.
        • The development board is now successfully connected and ready for use.
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