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I can compile the blink code fine, and program the chip, test with an led - so I know that programming is not an issue and the chip works. I think it could be down to some sort of timing Attiny85 Ws2812 and maybe I need to use a 16khz crystal - but I am just speculating here. Does anyone know why the above code works with Arduino uno, but not with the Attiny85? Which core for the ATTiny are you using? In the case of the ATTiny85, there are many cores for it, which have significant differences.
Also, where did the version of FastLED Double Lingam you're using come from? Always cite where you got libraries not included with the IDE - partly because of how easy it is to fork a repo in github, there are often dozens of slightly different versions of popular libraries floating around, often without the changes documented in any way.
And old versions in zip files linked from tutorials. I thought FastLED was supposed to work at 8MHz, Katie Hopkins Xxx while the timing of the internal oscillator isn't guaranteed to be accurate though at 3~5v and room temp, I've yet to find one Attiny85 Ws2812 was very far offthe fact that you can upload to using a serial bootloader implies that this isn't the problem - the timing can't be off by much. Thanks for the reply - I'm not sure what you mean by core.
It's a standalone attiny 85 chip not on a Attiny85 Ws2812. Like I say, the Blink code works fine and the led blinks properly at 1 second intervals using Delay - so the chip is being programmed properly using the optiboot bootloader. Fastled library i'm using is from the official github page - version 3. Does that simplified test code work on Uno - just to be sure?
Could that be loading the output enough to interfere? Also - sanity check, how much ram do you have Student Eskort Does lowering the number of LEDs on the strip fix anything?
Try setting it output in setup. Also put a distinctive blink pattern in setup before you do anything with the LEDs. Fast led works on other Arduino boards without setting pins as output - you only need to assign the data pin and led type and fastled takes care of the rest. The leds have chip on the strip so only need Attiny85 Ws2812 data signal and common ground to Attiny85 Ws2812 apart from power of course. Hi, sorry if this is in the wrong forum, but it looked like the best place to post. Low 0xE1 High 0xDD Extended 0xFE I can compile the blink code fine, and program the chip, test with an led - so I know that programming is not an issue and the chip works.
I'm using arduino IDE - 1. Is that info enough, or do you need to know anything else?
I can compile the blink code fine, and program the chip, test with an led - so I know that programming is not an issue and the chip works. I think it could be down to some sort of timing issue and maybe I need to use a 16khz crystal - but I am just speculating here. Does anyone know why the above code works with Arduino uno, but not with the Attiny85?
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