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Thread: Driving ATtiny11 with 9v battery
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picon face BY : Chetan Bhargava email (remove spam text)



HI Bill,

Yes, I agree on that but eight year old kids don't want to know the
working of the circuit, they just want to finish the kit and see the
LEDs blinking :-) Very impatient.

It would be nice if you drop down at the workshop and see how we do.
Workshop is on Mondays 7-9pm located here:
http://www.ci.milpitas.ca.gov/citydept/planning/recreation/default.htm

Regards,

Chetan


> A 555 circuit uses more interesting parts.  two caps, two resistors.
> A beginners kit ought to have some introduction to common parts, in
> addition to being easy to put together.  Maybe.  I have an easy layout
> for the traditional 2-transistor astable oscillator if you're
> interested...  My daughter put one together when she was about 8.
>
> BillW

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