ATTiny11 Experiments


These Days I have been experimenting with ATTiny11 on a breadboard instead of STK. This setup has proven a very good small scale development board. The tiny11 anyway is programmed using a separate programmer. On the left of the motherbaord is a 5v 100ma regulated power supply with a power LED. A 32 KHz xtal is connected on pin 2 and 3 of the microcontroller. The oscillator startup time mentioned in the dataseet for a LF xtal is 4.5s but I haven't seen oscillator startup delays of more than a second.Posted by Hello

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Anonymous said…
I am thinking about using an ATTiny11 to blink some LED's for brake lights, different patterns, on my motorcycle. I am having trouble finding assembly sample code though, mostly for the interrupt handler and timer. I'll keep digging.
Chetan Bhargava said…
Yo will find many Tiny11 users here. Post your question there and I'm sure someone will answer.
RetroDan said…
I have a couple ATTINY11 & ATTINY13 kicking around. They will run without an external Xtal won't they?
RetroDan said…
I have a few kicking around. They will run without external Xtal correct?
Chetan Bhargava said…
Yes they would would work without external oscillator as they have internal RC oscillator. Your application would not be timing perfect though as the frequency will vary with temperature and the Vcc.