Friday, 18 April 2014

ButtonDuino: another "Smart Button" Arduino


Yes, small is better!
And after our Slenduino, we present a project of Ritesh Kanjee, a developer that has created a small version of arduino Attiny85 based.


Ritesh propose this solution on indiegogo.com, it's would be both low power and inexpensive arduino, with a USB programming included into the bootloader and compatible with most of future button shields.


<<We wanted the answer to the fundamental question, "How many students know how to program a microcontroller or have a basic understanding of electronics?">> right question!
We had answered to it with our Slenduino, but we are pleased that we aren't "the only one"!


Just for specifications:
  • Atmel ATTINY85-20H microcontroller
  • USB Regulated Powered up to 800mA via external power supply or 500mA from PC/Laptop.
  • Dimensions: 18.64 mm x 18.25 mm (0.73in x 0.718in)
  • Programmable via USB or AVR mkII - Choice between USB bootloader .
  • Arduino IDE 1.0+ (Windows/OSX/Linux)
  • 6 x Available I/O Pins and I2C and SPI Expandable
  • 8k Flash Memory without bootloader ( 6k after USB bootloader)
  • I2C and SPI Expandable
  • 3 x 8 bit Hardware PWM  pins
  • 4 x 10 bit ADC pins
  • Power LED
  • Test LED (Pin 1)
  • Support for LabVIEW
  • Soon to Be available in Deep RED (PCB Silkscreen)


Good project, you can find it on this indiegogo campaign page.

No comments:

Post a Comment