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  • NameArduino Hardware Reset Circuit Breadboard
  • Bykurt
  • This circuit uses one pin to let you reset your Arduino in code. It pulls reset low for a couple milliseconds to ensure the Arduino has enough time to complete its reset cycle.
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  • NameThe Knob
  • Bymadworm
  • %md% The problem: an existing project (maxed out in terms of free code-space on the chip) would strongly benefit from having a rotary encoder knob attached to it. The project already has serial comms running, so using that would be the simplest thing. I could of course re-spin the board, but that...
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  • NameIR switch with PWM
  • Bymadworm
  • Small, ATtiny85-based IR switch, capable of PWM control. It is made to work with a Vishay TSOP38238 IR sensor, but in principle works with any one of them that is out there. It doesn't do any protocol decoding, but just compares incoming IR patterns with stored ones. It therefore can work with an...
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  • Name8-bit port status indicator
  • Bymadworm
  • There comes a time when you just don't want to wire up a lot of LEDs on a breadboard anymore. It was fun the first time, but that exhilarating feeling soon went away. This little board just plugs into your breadboard and that's it. All resistors included. It even works in common anode or common ...
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