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#126 ATtiny Hardware Interrupt

Test hardware interrupts with an ATtiny85 processor on a breadboard.

Here’s a quick video of the circuit in action:

HardwareInterrupt

Notes

This is a little test of hardware interrupts with an ATtiny85 microcontroller (8-pin DIP).

I’m using an Arduino Uno as an in-system programmer, using the technique described in the ProgrammingWithArduinoISP project.

A push-button is attached to D2 (pin 7 of the chip) and a hardware interrupt service routine activates on rising edge. When an interrupt is received, it triggers a little LED blinking procedure just for demonstration purposes.

Once the ATtiny is programmed, the Arduino Uno ISP is detached, and it will run independently.

The ATtiny85 requires 1.8-5.5V to operate. I successfully tested with 3.3V and 5V supplies.

Construction

Breadboard

The Schematic

The Build

Credits and References

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