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The digispark is the unofficial brother of the Arduino, who was helped out into the world via kickstarter. This small board contains only a voltage regulator and an Attiny85 as a microcontroller. This module can be plugged directly into a computer and programmed with the Arduino IDE, no separate programmer is required.


Connection data
Voltage 5 V
Input voltage 5 V - 35 V
Digital I/O 6
Analoog I / O 4
Flash memory 8 KB
Stroom per I/O 20 mA
Microcontroller Attiny85
Clock speed 16,5 MHz
SRAM 512 B
Size info
Length19 mm
Width27 mm
Height2 mm
Weight4 g
€ 7,35€ 6,05 Excl. VAT (NL)
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The Netherlands
Works well Alle componenten zijn netjes op het board geplaatst, geen scheve aansluitingen e.d.
Got working using this link: https://www.best-microcontroller-projects.com/digispark-attiny85-arduino-install.html Works perfectly! Now an easier way to program the Attiny85.
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The Netherlands
Super small development board. Handy to know how and what. On the mac: Add this to the preferences board definitions: http://digistump.com/package_digistump_index.json It does not work directly in a USB3 port, but it does work in a hub, for example the 2 ports at the back of a keyboard. Unlike with normal Arduinos, the board is not visible in the IDE, but you must plug it in after you have chosen upload and the programmer asks for it.
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The Netherlands
Products work well, had no problems with it. maybe something of a "Getting started" flyer or something (I don't know if you can influence that).
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