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Tinusaur Shield LEDx2 v0.2.2 RC4

2 layer board of 0.80 x 0.50 inches (20.4 x 12.8 mm).
Shared on April 27th, 2016 08:12

Tinusaur Shield LEDx2 v0.2.2 RC4 20160426


Tinusaur Shield LEDx2 v0.2.2 RC4

2 layer board of 0.80 x 0.50 inches (20.4 x 12.8 mm).
Shared on April 27th, 2016 08:12

Tinusaur Shield LEDx2 v0.2.2 RC4 20160426



Tinusaur Board v0.3.2 RC6

2 layer board of 0.80 x 1.37 inches (20.4 x 34.9 mm).
Shared on April 27th, 2016 08:12

Tinusaur Board v0.3.2 RC6 20160426


Tinusaur Board v0.3.2 RC6

2 layer board of 0.80 x 1.37 inches (20.4 x 34.9 mm).
Shared on April 27th, 2016 08:12

Tinusaur Board v0.3.2 RC6 20160426



Tinusaur Shield LEDx2 8x5 v0.2 RC3

2 layer board of 0.80 x 0.50 inches (20.4 x 12.8 mm).
Shared on February 6th, 2016 22:02

Tinusaur Shield LEDx2 8x5 v0.2 RC3

This is a shield for Tinusaur.

Briefly, the Tinusaur is a minimal micro-controller hardware configuration based on Atmel AVR ATtiny family of products and more specifically those with DIP-8 case such as ATtiny25/ATtiny45/ATtiny85, ATtiny13 as well as their variations.

The home of the Tinusaur is at this address: http://tinusaur. The goal of the Tinusaur project is to have a simple, cheap and accessible quick-start platform for everyone interested in learning and creating things.


Tinusaur Shield LEDx2 8x5 v0.2 RC3

2 layer board of 0.80 x 0.50 inches (20.4 x 12.8 mm).
Shared on February 6th, 2016 22:02

Tinusaur Shield LEDx2 8x5 v0.2 RC3

This is a shield for Tinusaur.

Briefly, the Tinusaur is a minimal micro-controller hardware configuration based on Atmel AVR ATtiny family of products and more specifically those with DIP-8 case such as ATtiny25/ATtiny45/ATtiny85, ATtiny13 as well as their variations.

The home of the Tinusaur is at this address: http://tinusaur. The goal of the Tinusaur project is to have a simple, cheap and accessible quick-start platform for everyone interested in learning and creating things.



Tinusaur Board v0.3 RC5

2 layer board of 0.80 x 1.37 inches (20.4 x 34.9 mm).
Shared on January 10th, 2016 16:34

Briefly, the Tinusaur is a minimal micro-controller hardware configuration based on Atmel AVR ATtiny family of products and more specifically those with DIP-8 case such as ATtiny25/ATtiny45/ATtiny85, ATtiny13 as well as their variations.

The home of the Tinusaur is at this address: http://tinusaur.org

The goal of the Tinusaur project is to have a simple, cheap and accessible quick-start platform for everyone interested in learning and creating things.


Tinusaur Board v0.3 RC5

2 layer board of 0.80 x 1.37 inches (20.4 x 34.9 mm).
Shared on January 10th, 2016 16:34

Briefly, the Tinusaur is a minimal micro-controller hardware configuration based on Atmel AVR ATtiny family of products and more specifically those with DIP-8 case such as ATtiny25/ATtiny45/ATtiny85, ATtiny13 as well as their variations.

The home of the Tinusaur is at this address: http://tinusaur.org

The goal of the Tinusaur project is to have a simple, cheap and accessible quick-start platform for everyone interested in learning and creating things.



Tinusaur Shield EDUx4 8x10 v0.1 m2

2 layer board of 0.80 x 1.00 inches (20.4 x 25.5 mm).
Shared on November 22nd, 2015 22:46

This is an educational shield for the Tinusaur board that has 4 I/O components - 2 input and 2 output; of which 3 analog and 3 digital:

  • LED (output, analog or digital)
  • Buzzed (output, analog or digital)
  • Button (input, digital)
  • Photo-resistor (input, analog)

Briefly, the Tinusaur is a minimal micro-controller hardware configuration based on Atmel AVR ATtiny family of products and more specifically those with DIP-8 case such as ATtiny25/ATtiny45/ATtiny85, ATtiny13 as well as their variations.

It’s a kit. You assemble it yourself.

The home of the Tinusaur is at this address: http://tinusaur.org

The goal of the Tinusaur project is to have a simple, cheap, accessible, quick-start platform for everyone interested in learning and creating things.


Tinusaur Shield EDUx4 8x10 v0.1 m2

2 layer board of 0.80 x 1.00 inches (20.4 x 25.5 mm).
Shared on November 22nd, 2015 22:46

This is an educational shield for the Tinusaur board that has 4 I/O components - 2 input and 2 output; of which 3 analog and 3 digital:

  • LED (output, analog or digital)
  • Buzzed (output, analog or digital)
  • Button (input, digital)
  • Photo-resistor (input, analog)

Briefly, the Tinusaur is a minimal micro-controller hardware configuration based on Atmel AVR ATtiny family of products and more specifically those with DIP-8 case such as ATtiny25/ATtiny45/ATtiny85, ATtiny13 as well as their variations.

It’s a kit. You assemble it yourself.

The home of the Tinusaur is at this address: http://tinusaur.org

The goal of the Tinusaur project is to have a simple, cheap, accessible, quick-start platform for everyone interested in learning and creating things.