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This product has been retired from our catalog and is no longer for sale.

This page is made available for those looking for datasheets and the simply curious. Please refer to the description to see if a replacement part is available.

Replacement: COM-09378. We are no longer carrying the ATtiny13 but we will continue to stock the ATtiny85. This page is for reference only.

Description: Atmel's itty-bitty ATtiny13 8-Bit Processor. 1K of program space, 6 I/O lines, and 4-channel 10 bit ADC. Runs up to 20MHz with external crystal. Package can be programmed in circuit.

Documents: Atmel Datasheets

Comments 18 comments

  • Unless I’m seeing wrong, you say “AVR 8 Pin 10MHz 2K 4A/D - ATtiny13” and then say it has 1K program space? Eh? And is it 10 or 20MHz max clock?

  • I just created a tutorial for programming these with an arduino (ISP).

  • As of 5-15, these are still ATTiny13, not the newer Tiny13A model.

    • As of April 24th, 2010 Sparkfun is still shipping the older ATTIny13 and not the ATTiny13A.

  • Is this the 13A component or the older 13?

  • check out my tutorial in how to program this microcontroller with avr studio 4 and the avrisp mkii:
    link to tutorial

  • Does this have the same pinout as the attiny 45?

  • Hi,
    newbie here,
    I want to control 4 RGB LEDs with a small microcontroller. Is it possible to do it with this one? I didn’t understand from the description or the datasheet if this micro supports PWM outputs.
    thanks!
    Dimitris

    • Hi Dimitris,
      This micro has two PWM outputs by default, and it can drive up to 5 or 6 PWM using software PWM. However, each RGB LED will need 3 channels, bringing your total needed to 12 (4 x 3) outputs.
      You might want to check out an attiny 2113 or atmega 328P (used in the recently updated Arduino Uno). Alternatively, you could get a TLC5940 16-channel LED driver, and interface with that via serial from a small micro like the attiny13 (here) or the attiny85.

  • Digi-Key has the ATtiny13A for $1.72

  • http://www.atmel.com/dyn/products/Product_card.asp?part_id=3175
    Max clock is 20MHz, 1k flash


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