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Thread: Driving ATtiny11 with 9v battery
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On Jul 1, 2004, at 7:49 AM, Russell McMahon wrote:

> The supply is a NOMINAL 9 volt battery. These can start out with as
> much as 9.6v (maybe even more at the very start) and down to say 6v as
> a reasonable end point. Even at 9v to 6v that's a 3 volt swing which
> is quite demanding for a microprocessor to handle. Say 2v to 5v or 2.5
> to 5.5.

Since the tiny11 is spec'ed at 2.7 to 6V, that sounds like a pretty
good match...


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