Wanted to use an Attiny13 to sweep a Servo. There is an 8 bits Servo library for the Attiny85 series, that will compile after some changes (TIMSK->TIMSK0 and TIFR->TIFR0) but that will be over the memory limit of the Attiny13, some other programs I found that were playing directly with the timing registers didn’t really work and one even broke the gears on my servo, so I decided to just make my own program, which is in fact much simpler than I thought once I started: 217 more words
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The installation for the Attiny13 in the Arduino IDE 1.0x was fairly straightforward and is described in my ibble.
The Arduino IDE from Version 1.6 and newer, have a different structure for choosing the processor-board: Under ‘Tools’ you have to seperately choose the board, the processor and the speed. 1,090 more words
I have struggled a lot with sending RF data between two Attiny85 chips, so I thought it might be helpful if I just explain how I did it. 1,041 more words