What is it? An "ISP Bridge" is an adapter; it forms a bridge across a DIP Chip allowing easy programming of breadboarded Atmel's AVR microcontrollers. Why did you make it? I enjoy prototyping micro...Read More…
An "ISP Bridge" is an adapter; it forms a bridge across a DIP Chip allowing easy programming of breadboarded Atmel's AVR microcontrollers.
I enjoy prototyping micros on breadboards, but a big problem when hooking up a programmer was having to deal with six individual wires connected to spread-out pins on the micro. When I joined a Makerspace I wanted to take my projects there, but wires would pull out in-transit. Moving programmers from project to project also took forever. The ISP Bridge solves all these problems.
After coming up with the idea, I looked online and found a couple of similar attempts out of perfboard, but none were available to purchase. I used this as a good excuse to start learning KiCad and made 7 designs to program every DIP packaged AVR Atmel makes.
AT tiny 88
AT mega 8
AT mega 8A
AT mega 48
AT mega 48PA
AT mega 88
AT mega 88PA
AT mega 168
AT mega 168PA
AT mega 328
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Randy | Jan. 24, 2017
P | June 10, 2016
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