Silly me... I tried to flash an ATtiny13A and set the speed at 128khz.
It worked ! But now, I'm unable to flash it again...
To unbrick it, I used my USBTinyISP with AVRDude, and added an argument to the command line to restore the default fuses:
avrdude -c usbtiny -p t13 -e -Uhfuse:w:0xFF:m -Ulfuse:w:0x6A:m -B250
And it worked!
The magic here is to use a low bit clock period (250us).
But I even have a better news ! You can use platformio to flash the ATtiny13A at 128Khz !
Just change the
platformio.ini file :
platform = atmelavr board = attiny13 board_f_cpu = 128000L upload_protocol = usbtiny extra_scripts = extra_script.py upload_flags = -B 250
And create the
extra_script.py file with the following content:
# Fuses for ATTiny13A @ 128Khz Import('env') env.Replace(FUSESCMD="avrdude $UPLOADERFLAGS -B 250 -e -Uhfuse:w:0xFF:m -Ulfuse:w:0x7B:m")
Then, you can set the fuses with
pio run --target fuses
and flash you program with
pio run --target upload