ATTINY13A-PU DIP-8

Description:

ATTINY13A-PU DIP-8

The Atmel picoPower 8-bit AVR RISC-based microcontroller featuring 1KB of ISP Flash, 64-byte EEPROM, 64-byte SRAM, 32-Byte register file, and 4-channel 10-bit A/D converter. The device achieves up to 20 MIPS throughput at 20 MHz at 1.8-5.5 V operation.

By executing powerful instructions in a single clock cycle, the ATtiny13A achieves throughputs approaching 1 MIPS per MHz allowing you to optimize power consumption versus processing speed.


Key Parameters

Parameter
Value

Flash (kBytes):

1 kBytes

Pin Count:

8

Max. Operating Freq. (MHz):

20 MHz

CPU:

8-bit AVR

Hardware QTouch Acquisition:

No

Max I/O Pins:

6

Ext Interrupts:

6

USB Speed:

No

USB Interface:

No

Graphic LCD:

No

 

شرح :


0. Turn the Arduino into a AVRISP

(AVR is a family of microcontrollers. ISP means In System Programmer)

Open Arduino IDE -> File -> Examples -> 11.ArduinoISP ->ArduinoISP and upload to Arduino

1. Install hardware package for ATtiny13

1.1 Open Arduino IDE -> File -> Preferences go to Additional Boards Manager URLsand copy this:

https://mcudude.github.io/MicroCore/package_MCUdude_MicroCore_index.json

Ok.

1.2 Open Arduino IDE -> Tools -> Board -> Boards manager. Find MicroCore and click Install.

2. Connect the hardware

  • ATtiny13A leg 1 -> Arduino 10
  • ATtiny13A leg 5 -> Arduino 11
  • ATtiny13A leg 6 -> Arduino 12
  • ATtiny13A leg 7 -> Arduino 13
  • ATtiny13A leg 8 -> 5v
  • ATtiny13A leg 4 -> Ground (GND)

LED and resistor is needed only for testing to see does uploaded example code works or not.

3. Arduino IDE settings

Go to Arduino IDE -> Tools and select:

  • Board: ATtiny 13
  • BOD: 4.3v
  • Clock: 1.2 MHz internal osc.
  • Compiler LTO: Enable
  • Port: (Your Arduino port)
  • Programmer: Arduino as ISP

4. Burn Bootloader

(You only need to do this once per chip)

Go to Arduino IDE -> Tools -> Burn Bootloader

You might see an error, but ignore it.

5. Upload sketch

Copy Blink sketch:

void setup() {
 // initialize pin 4 (ATtiny leg 3) as an output.
 pinMode(4, OUTPUT);
}
void loop() {
 digitalWrite(4, HIGH);   // turn the LED on (HIGH is the voltage level)
 delay(1000);             // wait for a second
 digitalWrite(4, LOW);    // turn the LED off by making the voltage LOW
 delay(1000);             // wait for a second
} 

Go to: Arduino IDE -> Sketch -> Upload Using Programmer


Note:

use 1.2mhz clock

Documents:

Datasheet

library  use 1.2mhz clock

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