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9.95 USD
$9.95 ea.

The tinyCylon is a multi-mode LED Larson scanner kit with five LEDs that blink or glow in various patterns.

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The tinyCylon is built around a Atmel AVR microcontroller, the ATtiny13.  It is already pre-programmed with multiple LED sequences.  If you have the right equipment and software, you can re-program the chip with your own patterns – even after it has been assembled!  The tinyCylon comes with a 3xAAA battery holder with a cover and power switch.  Three AAA batteries are required but not included.

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