This converts the Trinket to two holes centered 1″ apart. 2x4mm socket head machine screws will tap themselves nicely into the holes. It even has tiny cutaways to clear the oh-so-close solder pads.
We asked Jim_lee if he’d share his arduino sketch with us, and he did!
As for the source? Certainly!
I use github as a shared server for my code. I never really understood how it worked other than that. There is a LOT of junk in this pile so most can be ignored. Much of it is experimental “what-ifs” that don’t even work.
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