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Started by Antti September 3, 2009
On Sep 4, 9:33=A0pm, "Antti.Luk...@googlemail.com"
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> Antti > jg you did refer to 128ms Tout, right?
IIRC when we looked at this device, the reset-startup time was fixed, and very long, so that killed it for one application we had. Maybe Atmel will fix this on a newer mask. At least make it user- choice. -jg
Antti skrev:
> Hi > > everybody any luck getting them? > no disti has stock, and Atmel sample order just doenst respond to > requests :( >
You should forget ordering samples on any Atmel webpage. You need to order samples through a local distributor. I can see that the first ATtiny10-THSR sample ordered in the Nordic area was shipped mid-June, so they should be available. Production volume is different. 5000 units seems to be a lot. Maybe it is delivered in tape & reel and that is the size of a tape. Not sure what the Minimum Order Quantity is, but If I'd have a guess, then it is $500 and that means 1-2000 units. I just ordered some ATtiny10's to test availability. BR Ulf Samuelsson
> Antti
Antti skrev:
> Hi > > everybody any luck getting them? > no disti has stock, and Atmel sample order just doenst respond to > requests :( >
You should forget ordering samples on any Atmel webpage. You need to order samples through a local distributor. I can see that the first ATtiny10-THSR sample ordered in the Nordic area was shipped mid-June, so they should be available. Production volume is different. 5000 units seems to be a lot. Maybe it is delivered in tape & reel and that is the size of a tape. Not sure what the Minimum Order Quantity is, but If I'd have a guess, then it is $500 and that means 1-2000 units. I just ordered some ATtiny10's to test availability. BR Ulf Samuelsson
> Antti
On Sep 12, 12:19=A0pm, Ulf Samuelsson <u...@atmel.com> wrote:
> Antti skrev:> Hi > > > everybody any luck getting them? > > no disti has stock, and Atmel sample order just doenst respond to > > requests :( > > You should forget ordering samples on any Atmel webpage. > You need to order samples through a local distributor. > > I can see that the first ATtiny10-THSR sample ordered in > the Nordic area was shipped mid-June, so they should > be available. > > Production volume is different. > 5000 units seems to be a lot. > Maybe it is delivered in tape & reel and that is the > size of a tape. > Not sure what the Minimum Order Quantity is, but > If I'd have a guess, then it is $500 and that means > 1-2000 units. > > I just ordered some ATtiny10's to test availability. > > BR > Ulf Samuelsson > > > Antti
Ulf, do you know if there is a sample of T10 included with the http://www.atmel.com/dyn/products/tools_card.asp?tool_id=3D4628 tiny10 package adapter? it is in stock at digikey, so i am ready to buy that just to get one sample.. Antti
On 13 Sep, 16:08, "Antti.Luk...@googlemail.com"
<antti.luk...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> On Sep 12, 12:19=A0pm, Ulf Samuelsson <u...@atmel.com> wrote: > > > > > Antti skrev:> Hi > > > > everybody any luck getting them? > > > no disti has stock, and Atmel sample order just doenst respond to > > > requests :( > > > You should forget ordering samples on any Atmel webpage. > > You need to order samples through a local distributor. > > > I can see that the first ATtiny10-THSR sample ordered in > > the Nordic area was shipped mid-June, so they should > > be available. > > > Production volume is different. > > 5000 units seems to be a lot. > > Maybe it is delivered in tape & reel and that is the > > size of a tape. > > Not sure what the Minimum Order Quantity is, but > > If I'd have a guess, then it is $500 and that means > > 1-2000 units. > > > I just ordered some ATtiny10's to test availability. > > > BR > > Ulf Samuelsson > > > > Antti > > Ulf, > > do you know if there is a sample of T10 included with the > > http://www.atmel.com/dyn/products/tools_card.asp?tool_id=3D4628 > > tiny10 package adapter? it is in stock at digikey, so i am ready > to buy that just to get one sample.. > > Antti
One or two people on the AVR Freaks forum have reported getting hold of samples. Another problem is programming them; I don't think they are supported by any of the standard programming devices like the Dragon. Leon
On Sep 13, 10:35=A0pm, Leon <leon...@btinternet.com> wrote:
> On 13 Sep, 16:08, "Antti.Luk...@googlemail.com" > > > > <antti.luk...@googlemail.com> wrote: > > On Sep 12, 12:19=A0pm, Ulf Samuelsson <u...@atmel.com> wrote: > > > > Antti skrev:> Hi > > > > > everybody any luck getting them? > > > > no disti has stock, and Atmel sample order just doenst respond to > > > > requests :( > > > > You should forget ordering samples on any Atmel webpage. > > > You need to order samples through a local distributor. > > > > I can see that the first ATtiny10-THSR sample ordered in > > > the Nordic area was shipped mid-June, so they should > > > be available. > > > > Production volume is different. > > > 5000 units seems to be a lot. > > > Maybe it is delivered in tape & reel and that is the > > > size of a tape. > > > Not sure what the Minimum Order Quantity is, but > > > If I'd have a guess, then it is $500 and that means > > > 1-2000 units. > > > > I just ordered some ATtiny10's to test availability. > > > > BR > > > Ulf Samuelsson > > > > > Antti > > > Ulf, > > > do you know if there is a sample of T10 included with the > > >http://www.atmel.com/dyn/products/tools_card.asp?tool_id=3D4628 > > > tiny10 package adapter? it is in stock at digikey, so i am ready > > to buy that just to get one sample.. > > > Antti > > One or two people on the AVR Freaks forum have reported getting hold > of samples. Another problem is programming them; I don't think they > are supported by any of the standard programming devices like the > Dragon. > > Leon
i am able to develop my own programming algorithm for ATtiny10 withing limited number of hours the lack of tools is no concern for me, has never been Antti
Leon schrieb:

> of samples. Another problem is programming them; I don't think they > are supported by any of the standard programming devices like the > Dragon.
The PDI interface is the same you find on the XMEGA series. Newer JTAGMKII and ISPMKII can program them. -- Mit freundlichen Gr&#2013266172;&#2013265951;en Frank-Christian Kr&#2013266172;gel
On Sep 14, 9:52=A0am, Frank-Christian Kr=FCgel <dontmai...@news.invalid>
wrote:
> Leon schrieb: > > > of samples. Another problem is programming them; I don't think they > > are supported by any of the standard programming devices like the > > Dragon. > > The PDI interface is the same you find on the XMEGA series. Newer > JTAGMKII and ISPMKII can program them. > > -- > Mit freundlichen Gr=FC=DFen > > Frank-Christian Kr=FCgel
yes, the TPI is very similar to PDI used in Xmega well it using 3 pins not 2 as PDI, but the physical layer and protocol are very similar Anti