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You can always pause the video right here or you can refer to the data sheet or use your favorite search engine to find out the pin outs for whatever version you are using. So, in order to program in eighty tiny we’re going to need a breadboard in an arduino, i am showing nano here or you can use an you know or a duemilanove but we’re going to be using the nano today and, of course, we’re going to need an Eighty tiny and they come in these nice little packages from digi key we’re going to need some jumper leads for the breadboard and then we’ll need an LED and a resistor 150 to 300 ohm, maybe, and the comp cable, of course, to program the Arduino and any Safety gear to prevent static discharges so for the uno or the do milonov we’re going to need to use a 10uf 10uf capacitor between the reset and the ground so reset to ground. So let’s get started here, and this is the I T, tiny and we’re, going to go ahead and bend these down. They should be about perpendicular. The ones I got were a little splayed out. This just makes it easier to put into the breadboard and note the orientation of the dot on top and we’ll use that to reference how we wire the unit up so we’re going to need to grab our jumper leads now and start wiring. This up. So putting the ground on there, you see, I have the Arduino going to that power bus on the side, and then you could do this any way you want that’s the fun part you can jumper this.

However, you like you, just got a jumper it to the correct pins so I’m, installing the five volt lead there. Okay, now we will grab our four jumpers here and I got these in a little ribbon believe on Amazon. These seem like they’re, pretty good quality, and you can tear tear them off and they stick together. So you see have black gray and white, so black is on. Pin ten digital ten white is on digital 11 gray is on 12 and purple is on 13. So if we reference our little chart there, we should be white gray and purple on the top side there so I’m, just looking through and we’ll go ahead and stick that in there so white gray and purple and then we’ll throw our black digital ten over there And we need to install our heartbeat, so the default pin for the heartbeat is number nine, so I’m putting our resistor in there and our LED and then we’ll go ahead and ground that so again, the default pin for the LED is number nine we’ll go ahead And plug this in and then we’ll get on to the computer, so you’re going to need to download the 80 tiny library so that the sketch Arduino sketch book can program. It so find the highlow website and download the 80 tiny master and you’re going to want to save that in the arduino, wherever you install that folder click on the hardware folder inside of the arduino install and then just unzip it there.

And you see that folder 80 tiny so put that full eighty tiny folder there and restart the program, the Arduino sketch book and it will show up in your list of boards. So the first thing we need to do is program. The Arduino we’re not doing anything with the eighty tiny, so we need to go into the examples and it’s already built in arduino is P. You don’t have to do anything if you um jumpered it like we went over with those pins. You don’t have to touch anything, so you just open that example. Under the examples are doing is P, and then all we have to do is verify the board, the port and the programmer. This is a good habit to always make sure that this is set up correctly, especially when you’re going to be switching back and forth. So choose your correct, comport and then make sure the programmer is on the default, which that should be the default right here and then we’ll go ahead and upload this. So we have a little real time picture and picture down there, and if this is successful we should get a high rate heartbeat fading with the LED, and you see that right there. That means the program is the Arduino is ready to go and ready to program. The eighty tiny so that’s, a good sign, so let’s go ahead and program. The eighty tiny we are going to pick the blink example from the analog and we’ll just go to blink.

We are going to have to change the LED pin so we’ll just delete the one and we’ll go to LED, pin three to make it easy, and now we have to change the programmer. So this is very important watch this down to the Arduino, as is P, so the Arduino as the eighty tiny programmer, and then you see our library is here for the eighty tiny will go up here and choose. I chose the one megahertz there and then verify that at the bottom and again we will just upload this and we got our little RX TX blinky lights, going and done uploading. However, we aren’t 100 sure so we’re going to take the heartbeat light. We don’t need that anymore and we’ll go plug that into the analog 3 in the 80 tiny and there we go. We got our blink, so that’s sort of verifying that everything is successful and just for fun. Let’S let’s do the let’s play with the digital output, pulse width output, so we’ll go to the examples again and we’ll go to analog. No go back to the analog there. You go and then we will pick the fading program and again we need to update the pin location. In this case we will use, pin 0 that’s the pulse width output, pin of the 80 tiny and we will go ahead and just verify the code. If you want and then upload that and again, this is a good habit just to go through and make sure everything is set up, especially when you’re going back and forth.

You always want to make sure you know you don’t want to corrupt anything. So we are going to upload that again and we’ll see if the LED, while the LED is off, because we are still on the analog 3 pin, so we’ll go ahead and move that over to 0 and our light is fading on enough. Well, that does it for our video and, if you like what you saw, please like the video and if you want to see more of these types of videos, please subscribe.


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  1. I am not able to get the boards to show up.  I have downloaded the zip file and extracted it in both the sketchbook where I made a new folder called hardware, and I tried it by downloading it in the actual arduino hardware folder where the other boards are.  Neither one is letting me view the attiny boards after I close and reopen the IDE.  any help?  Thanks!

  2. Hi,
    I tried according to guide and it still does not show the boards ATTINYs. When loading the arduino_debug.exe, it says
    “Could find boards.txt in C:\Program Files(x86)\Arduino\hardware\attiny\variants…”
    and further stuff like ,”No valid hardware definitions found in folder attiny” .
    On another PC this step worked.
    Any idea what could be wrong?

    Big like! 
    Thanks, seems that watching your Video several times and 3 days of trials and error did the change….
    One comment DOs and UNDOs:
    1) The the High-Low tutorial page: does not mention the ArduinoISP example!! Don’t get stuck on that page.

    2) it worked for me on the IDE 1.0.4

    3) if you have before the famous error: stk500_getsync(): not in sync: resp=0x00 
    It is probably because you haven’t run the EXAMPLE of ArduinoISP.

    4) Liked your heartbeat indicator !

    keep on sharing, will promote your Video

  4. I tried it now for at least 10 hours. haha i read 100 threads in help boards. NOTHING worked. But now it worked. Finally. I Just took a new Atmega328P on my UNO. I do not fucking know why my other Atmega328P can’t program the Attiny. So, if you have any unsolvable problems just buy and try a new Atmega328P! 

  5. “… between reset and ground.”
    Umm… at 1:16 you have it plugged in between reset and 5v. 😀

    1. You are very observant; however this is an optical illusion.  You can confirm this by referencing the Vin label and the Vin pin (because there is a gap between Vin and A0).

  6. OK, I give…. I have been screwing around with this arduino and the attiny for almost 3 months using several sets of directions including arduino for dummies. From the word go nothing works out as given in the instructions. I have even gotten messages that the sketch book no longer exists. Did you have to extract the files from the zipped file? I found the arduino upload thing you show at about 4:30, where you say there is nothing to do but the upload fails. arggggg. Do you sell  programmed attiny85’s?

  7. Good video. I have a doubt. I have been looking at various videos on programming the ATMEL chip using an Arduino that programs the chip with the Arduino Blink sketch as part of the demo, but some videos also show that before loading the sketch, the ATMEL is programmed with the bootloader. Your video does not show that. Is this necessary? Thanks

  8. I have one line of code on my chip I need to change, I don’t own an Arduino, is there a cheap way I can do this without having to spend?

  9. Thanks. I’m trying to understand what is happening here vis a vis what I normally do on my Uno or Nano. So the nano is acting as a programmer to upload the sketch to the tiny. I’ve heard a lot about a bootloader, where does that fit in?

    1. Correct, the Uno or Nano or similar controller will be the programmer when you set it up as “Arduino as ISP”. You shouldn’t have to deal with a bootloader the way that is shown.

  10. hello, my problem is it I was unable to use ir remote library with attiny 45, because of timer different for attiny and atmega can you make video attiny 45 with ir remote control

  11. i have tried everything to get my arduino and the attiny85 to work together and using your video to go through the steps .. i was successful, the arduino i used was a uno and the ide was1.8.5 thanks alot for this breakthrough( by the way dont forget the 10uf capacitor or you will be scratching your for days )


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