This is fun. Here’s an old photo from when I just started my electronics lab at the old house. You can see that shit kinda got out of hand…
Searching for ATTINY85 over on AliExpress and sorting by popularity renders some interesting results.
The Raspberry Pi Pico looks interesting. Gonna get myself some for playing with.
There are cases for the Nano, but they’re not cheap: Zebra Classic Case for Arduino Nano.
So I followed these instructions to get my OLED display working on an Arduino Nano. I have a 0.96″ 128×64 I2C OLED display:
I have one of these: SparkFun Tiny AVR Programmer PGM-11801. I was thinking of getting another one or two for backup, but there’s probably no need at the moment.
Also I figured out how to put a programmer on my Pluggable ATTINY Development Board For ATtiny13A/ATtiny25/ATtiny45/ATtiny85 Programming Editor Micro Usb Power Connector (see that link for details).
Here are two options for semiconductor analysis:
Also available in kit format: ATPK3 – Atlas Pro Pack – LCR45 + DCA75 + Case with the LCR45 – LCR Impedance Meter.
This isn’t super high quality content, and is basically just advertising, but what the hell. I’m not sure how regularly they get new content, but today on Maker Hub: