Daniel Porrey
Published © GPL3+

Snapduino

Create a Snap-Circuits friendly Arduino compatible from an ATtiny85 and a FTDI compatible bootloader.

IntermediateFull instructions provided4 hours1,851
Snapduino

Things used in this project

Hardware components

ATTiny85
Microchip ATTiny85
×1
Snap Circuits Eight-Pin IC Socket ?U8
×1
Snap-to-Pin Set, 10 pcs.
Snap Circuits Snap-to-Pin Set, 10 pcs.
×1
SparkFun .1 µF Ceramic Capacitor
×1
SparkFun 10K Resistor
×1
Adafruit FTDI Serial TTL-232 USB Cable
×1
Tiny AVR Programmer
SparkFun Tiny AVR Programmer
Optional
×1
5" x 7" or 8" x 11" Photo Paper
This or something similar to print the overlay on.
×1
Electrical Tape
×1
1/2" (13 mm) Heat Shrink Tubing
optional
×1

Software apps and online services

Arduino IDE
Arduino IDE

Hand tools and fabrication machines

X-Acto Knife (#1 Precision Knife)
Cutting Mat
Soldering iron (generic)
Soldering iron (generic)
Inkjet Color Printer
Precison Flat Head Screwdriver
Needle-nose Pliers
Heat Shrink Torch
optional

Story

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Schematics

Fritzing

Schematic

Snapduino schem

Breadboard

Snapduino bb

U8 Socket Overlay/PDF

U8 Socket Overlay/PNG

This PNG can be printed on label stock to be placed over the U8 socket to provide clearly labeled connections.
Snapduino template

U8 Socket Overlay/Photoshop

Snaduino Pin Guide

Code

Arduino IDE Code

Credits

Daniel Porrey

Daniel Porrey

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I lead a software development team for a large Chicago based organization. I also develop applications personally.
Contact
Thanks to TCWORLD and damellis.

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