Thanks for the tip, I’ll add it to the list.
Just an update for all, @artg_dms has ordered and received the PCBs, and he’s in the process of ordering parts. Depending on the shipping he chooses and how long it takes to get the BOM in a format Mouser likes, we’re probably 3 or 4 days out from having the ability to solder up and test a board.
Did these ever arrive?
Parts arrived, and I assembled one for test. It looks like the design is good. Art and I are PM’ing back and forth about whether to teach a class on the assembly and usage, or to just meter the parts out for the people who paid for the PCB.
I’ll let him comment further. @artg_dms
Thanks. No need for further comment. I just wanted to make sure that I didn’t miss the followup. I’ll be on the lookout for next steps.
I will be updating my Arduino: Exploring the Mighty ATtiny85! class and running it again in early August.
Here’s a link to the previous class with a good description:
Its fun to run the chip on a breadboard but I’m looking forward to pushing one into a socket I just soldered onto a real PCB.
I was traveling alot the past couple of months. Have I missed anything?