This version of the product is no longer available. Check the current Shield LEDx2 version. Download an archive copy of the guide here:https://gitlab.com/tinusaur/shield-ledx2-docs/-/raw/master/Tinusaur_Shield_LEDx2_Assembling_Guide_Gen4_mkI.pdf?inline=false Use the pictures below for a reference of what the board should look like.
This version of the product is no longer available. Check the current Shield LEDx2 version. Download an archive copy of the guide here:https://gitlab.com/tinusaur/shield-ledx2-docs/-/raw/master/Tinusaur_Shield_LEDx2_Assembling_Guide_Gen3.pdf?inline=false Use the pictures below for a reference of what the board should look like.
IMPORTANT: This is the documentation for Version 1 of the Kids.Micro products. Below you will find a guide on how to assemble your board. The files are in PDF format and can be downloaded. Link: https://gitlab.com/tinusaur/kidsmicro-1-docs/-/raw/master/Tinusaur_KidsMicro_1_Assembling_Guide.pdf?inline=false
We decided to write a guide on how to install and setup the AVR GCC Toolchain manually. Back in 2014, we wrote WinAVR Setup Guide which became quite popular on our website. Unfortunately, WinAVR has not been updated since 2010. AVR GCC Toolchain is a collection of tools and libraries used to compile your code for the AVR microcontrollers. This collection includes a compiler, assembler, linker, and some libraries. Most of the tools are based on efforts from the GNU community (GCC stands for GNU Compiler Collection), and some others are developed by Microchip.
Did you know that Tinusaur boards can also be programmed using the Arduino development environment? To be able to do this, however, you need to add some settings into the Arduino IDE, and to make the process easier, we wrote a short guide. The Tinusaur boards are based on the ATtiny85 microcontroller, so that guide … Learn more …