Thursday, 31 of July of 2014

BB313: A Breadboarding Platform for the ATTiny2313/4313

A little over a year ago, I started playing around with the newly available AVR ATTiny4313. It’s a neat little chip, and you can have a lot of fun with it. However, I soon got tired of wiring up programming headers, power supplies and all the other stuff you need to get up and running. I also grew wary of all this support circuitry taking up significant breadboard real estate.

To eliminate all that hassle, I created the BB313. It’s got all the stuff you need (programming header, regulated 5V power, etc.) wrapped up in a nice little package, and it plugs in on the edge of the breadboard so you have lots of space for other stuff. I also added an 6-pin connector for an FTDI cable or adapter.

I originally designed it for myself, but I figured other people might like it too, so I’m releasing it open-source CC-BY-SA 3.0) so you can make your own.

All the details and source files are at the project page. If you find it useful, please let me know!

You might also find the following items useful:

USBtinyISP programmer, FTDI friend, and 9V switching power supply, all available from Adafruit Industries in NYC.

 


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