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  • 26/04/2015

    This is based on the ATINY 85 chip. It is confusing how to write programs in Arduino IDE at first but 30 Mins of Googling later and I figured it it. Heres a link to get started from how to get the drives installed and the modified Arduino IDE to uploading your first sketch! http://digistump.com/wiki/digispark/tutorials/connecting

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  • 17/01/2016

    Nice board when limited I/O and A/D are required for a project. Can program using the micronucleus bootloader command line from Linux. Also was able to program with an avrispmkII and avrdude. To use the Arduino IDE support for ATtiny devices must be added. Instructions to do this can be found at https://digistump.com/wiki/digispark/tutorials/connecting.

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  • 16/03/2016

    Works fine once you installed the correct USB drivers. I recommend Digisparks drivers and guide to use with Arduino IDE, https://digistump.com/wiki/digispark/tutorials/connecting When soldering the pins to the board, point the data pins down and power and GND up, makes it easy to use on breadboard.

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  • 12/06/2015

    Prueba realizada con éxito el 01-06-15, con S.O. Windows XP Instrucciones en español, drivers y programas según página: http://www.internetdelascosas.cl/2014/02/09/digispark-un-arduino-minimo/ aunque este tutorial es para el otro modelo de tarjeta ATtiny85 de Digispark. Esta tarjeta no funciona como un Arduino normal, ya que NO se debe dejar conectada a un puerto USB como cualquier otro Arduino porque no tiene chip adaptador de USB a serial, y el driver se ha diseñado según eso. También señalar que el conector no es un mini-USB, sino un micro-USB como el de los tfnos móviles. En XP se instalan los drivers de DigisparkArduino-Win32-1.0.4-May19.zip (Sourceforge), tanto el DigisparkWindowsDriver como el DigiUSB, que es el programa de Terminal, ya que el IDE Digispark Arduino no lo incluye integrado. Para instalar el IDE Digispark-Arduino-1.0.4 hay que copiarlo al directorio de destino y poner los accesos directos manualmente. Hay que señalar que la tarjeta NO se conecta hasta que el programa avise en el proceso de carga, es decir, el programa se compila y luego se le da al botón de cargar CON LA TARJETA DESCONECTADA. Cuando el IDE está preparado, AVISA DANDO 60 segundos para conectar la tarjeta al puerto USB. Después de conectarla, al cabo de pocos segundos el IDE carga el programa en la tarjeta. Al parecer esto es así porque la tarjeta no incluye circuito de reset. Si se deja instalado también el IDE normal de Arduino, comparten archivo de preferencias. En el IDE hay que configurar la tarjeta y el programador como 'DigiSpark'.

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  • 27/02/2017

    It is a digispark clone, to get it to work with the arduino IDE just follow their instructions here: https://digistump.com/wiki/digispark/tutorials/connecting

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  • 17/09/2019

    Ok, mini USB...

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  • 13/06/2016

    I recently retired my JJRC H11D quadcoptor but didn't want the included tilt capable FPV camera and monitor to go to waste. So I built a board controlled by the ATtiny85 that allows me to hook up the camera to the servo connections on my Cheerson CX-20 and pan the camera up and down and activate/deactivate the record video function using the AUX pot on the transmitter. The ATtiny85 board was small enough to fit inside the camera housing while still retaining a convenient micro USB port that allowed me to easily tweak the software to get the camera functioning perfectly.

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  • 16/04/2015

    Here you can find all information,as DigiSpark Arduino IDE. http://www.banggood.com/Digispark-Kickstarter-USB-Development-Board-For-ATTINY85-Arduino-p-953375.html Please note cause Attiny85 have 2 red leds,one for power,and one connected to pin 1.Just upload the Blink sketch and modify from pin13 to pin1. This is a nice board for small projects in small box.

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  • 30/12/2020

    Perfect for small projects. plenty if tutorials on the net, east to use.

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  • 08/08/2019

    Everything fine and as ordered

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