Based on the renormalization group approach developed by Kuznetsov and Pikovsky (Phys. Lett., A140, 1989, 166) several types of scaling are discussed, which can be observed in a neighborhood of Feigenbaum’s critical point at small amplitudes of the driving. The type of scaling behavior depends on a structure of binary representation of the frequency parameter: F-scaling (Feigenbaum’s) for finite binary fractions, P- and Q-scaling (periodic and quasiperiodic) for periodic binary fractions, and S-scaling (statistical) for non-periodic binary fractions. All types of scaling are illustrated by parameter-plane diagrams for the rescaled Lyapunov exponent.