Another two-day workshop about microcontrollers, soldering and Tinusaur

Another two-day workshop about microcontrollers, soldering and Tinusaur

There was another “Microcontrollers, soldering and Tinusaur” workshop in our town of Veliko Tarnovo, a few days ago. On the first day, we assembled some boards, the second day we wrote some programs. For the younger kids, there were much simpler things to do – soldering blinking LED with 2 transistors, a few other components, and … Read more

Tinusaur Starter and Tinusaur Board are Available for Preorder

As you already know we ran out of all the kits at our online store and because we also received a lot of questions when the Tinusaur Starter and Tinusaur Board will be available we decided to allow you to preorder them. This way we’ll know how many of you are actually interested in buying so we’ll order the … Read more

Small changes on the board

Some of the people who received the Tinusaur Starter kit wrote us that it isn’t that easy to figure and remember how to put and use the 2 small 2×1 headers for the external power and the battery on/off. So, we decided to make a small change – have those in different colors. PS1 (external power … Read more

The Tinusaur Online Store Opens

Tinusaur Starter

Finally, our online store is up and running. We received some emails asking if we could offer the boards and the parts for purchasing … so we did it. We have to admit that it took us some time to arrange everything but some of the circumstances were beyond our control. At the moment we … Read more

All parts and boards arrived

Tinusaur PCB boards by OSHPark

Dear friends, I’m glad to inform you that all the parts and the boards finally arrived. So we’re ready to offer the Starter Kit to those that are interested. Boards were produced by OSHPark – they look great, as usual. We also received a small batch from SeeedStudio – cheaper but still looks good. We are … Read more

Tinusaur Starter: We are making a beginners kit

Tinusaur Starter Kit

To start making things with the Tinusaur you need the board, the parts, a programmer with a cable and couple of LEDs to make your first blinking lights program for ATtiny85 microcontroller. We’re ordering the PCBs and the parts from the manufacturers and it seems that the total cost for the full package will be … Read more