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* I have a [[Lego CyberMaster]], a successor of Lego Technik and a precursor to Lego MindStorms
 
* I have a [[Lego CyberMaster]], a successor of Lego Technik and a precursor to Lego MindStorms
 
* I have some [http://www.linuxintro.org/wiki/USB-to-serial-adapters USB to RS232 adapters]
 
* I have some [http://www.linuxintro.org/wiki/USB-to-serial-adapters USB to RS232 adapters]
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* I have an [[ftdi]] FT232R controller
 
* I have an [[ATtiny13]] microprocessor. It looks like this:
 
* I have an [[ATtiny13]] microprocessor. It looks like this:
 
   
 
   
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Now let's get to the ATTiny13 included in the package. Mine has on its back a print L8 Taiwan R1 and on the left top BF3. To install the bootloader and fuses to the device you must first run mProc to invert the voltages.
 
Now let's get to the ATTiny13 included in the package. Mine has on its back a print L8 Taiwan R1 and on the left top BF3. To install the bootloader and fuses to the device you must first run mProc to invert the voltages.
 
== ftdi ==
 
The ftdi chip works with Linux. It is (except that it is said to deliver 5V, not 12) a USB to RS232 adapter. Let's [[ftdi|play with it]].
 
  
 
= See also =
 
= See also =

Revision as of 09:43, 3 January 2013

I love to play with electronic devices.

My devices

            ------
 PB0(MOSI)-|ATtiny|-GND
 PB1(MISO)-|  13  |-
 PB2 (SCK)-|      |-
       VCC-|     o|-RES
            ------

My experiments

Now let's get to the ATTiny13 included in the package. Mine has on its back a print L8 Taiwan R1 and on the left top BF3. To install the bootloader and fuses to the device you must first run mProc to invert the voltages.

See also