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Started by Antti September 3, 2009
Hi

everybody any luck getting them?
no disti has stock, and Atmel sample order just doenst respond to
requests :(

Antti
Antti wrote:
> Hi > > everybody any luck getting them? > no disti has stock, and Atmel sample order just doenst respond to > requests :(
They are gone for good. Closest production part seems to be the ATTINY12. I happen to like the ATTINY25 myself, but it is slightly more expensive.
On Sep 4, 7:47=A0am, Jim Stewart <jstew...@jkmicro.com> wrote:

> They are gone for good. =A0Closest production > part seems to be the ATTINY12. =A0I happen to > like the ATTINY25 myself, but it is slightly > more expensive.
Hehe - you are thinking of the *old* Tiny10, Antti is after the shiny *new* 2009 release of the Tiny10. This new one is a nice part, SOT23, (a tad pin-bound), with ADC. [Shame about the reset-release time...] -jg
-jg wrote:
> On Sep 4, 7:47 am, Jim Stewart <jstew...@jkmicro.com> wrote: > >> They are gone for good. Closest production >> part seems to be the ATTINY12. I happen to >> like the ATTINY25 myself, but it is slightly >> more expensive. > > Hehe - you are thinking of the *old* Tiny10, Antti is after the shiny > *new* 2009 > release of the Tiny10. > This new one is a nice part, SOT23, (a tad pin-bound), with ADC.
Cool. It would be nice to have another USD $0.50 part. They make good reset generators among other things...
On Sep 3, 5:22=A0pm, Jim Stewart <jstew...@jkmicro.com> wrote:

> Cool. =A0It would be nice to have another > USD $0.50 part. =A0They make good reset
PIC12F509? (for 8-pin)
On Sep 4, 5:21=A0am, larwe <zwsdot...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sep 3, 5:22=A0pm, Jim Stewart <jstew...@jkmicro.com> wrote: > > > Cool. =A0It would be nice to have another > > USD $0.50 part. =A0They make good reset > > PIC12F509? (for 8-pin)
status: NOT AVAILABLE ATtiny10, ATtiny9, ATtiny5, ATtiny4 none of them are available from stock or in quantity less than 5000 pieces. this is what i know today, thats the reason i asked :) i hope the status will change one day, but currently it is as it is :( Antti jg you did refer to 128ms Tout, right?
On Sep 4, 5:33=A0am, "Antti.Luk...@googlemail.com"

> > > Cool. =A0It would be nice to have another > > > USD $0.50 part. =A0They make good reset > > > PIC12F509? (for 8-pin) > > status: NOT AVAILABLE
Why must it be an AVR, is my question? Atmel is notorious for this sort of thing. Sometimes it is because they plan to introduce a replacement part, sometimes it is not. I like AVRs too, but for applications in the tinytiny space, I find Microchip to be in the same price range or more usually cheaper, and I can overcome my distaste of the PIC architecture long enough to design them in...
On Sep 4, 1:04=A0pm, larwe <zwsdot...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sep 4, 5:33=A0am, "Antti.Luk...@googlemail.com" > > > > > Cool. =A0It would be nice to have another > > > > USD $0.50 part. =A0They make good reset > > > > PIC12F509? (for 8-pin) > > > status: NOT AVAILABLE > > Why must it be an AVR, is my question? Atmel is notorious for this > sort of thing. Sometimes it is because they plan to introduce a > replacement part, sometimes it is not. > > I like AVRs too, but for applications in the tinytiny space, I find > Microchip to be in the same price range or more usually cheaper, and I > can overcome my distaste of the PIC architecture long enough to design > them in...
reason 1: I DO NOT LIKE HIGH VOLTAGE programming IC's (6 pin PICs all are..) Antti
On Sep 4, 7:00=A0am, "Antti.Luk...@googlemail.com" :
> > I DO NOT LIKE HIGH VOLTAGE programming IC's (6 pin PICs all are..)
Fair enough. MSP430F2001, $0.39 in sufficient quantity...
On Sep 4, 4:41=A0pm, larwe <zwsdot...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sep 4, 7:00=A0am, "Antti.Luk...@googlemail.com" : > > > > > I DO NOT LIKE HIGH VOLTAGE programming IC's (6 pin PICs all are..) > > Fair enough. MSP430F2001, $0.39 in sufficient quantity...
MSP430F2001 QFN16 but 4x4 mm !! :( ATtiny13A 3x3 mm + has self programming capability price about the same Antti