Adapter board to connect the less common 2x5 1.27mm (0.05 inch) pitch SWD AVR socket to common 2.54mm (0.1 inch) targets or breadboardsDesigned by glukosys, Ships from Germany
You can get the schematics, gerber files and BOM for free. See "Take my money!" option. What is it? I made this little adapter board, when I realized, that I need a fitting plug for my Atmel-ICE pr...Read More…
You can get the schematics, gerber files and BOM for free. See "Take my money!" option.
I made this little adapter board, when I realized, that I need a fitting plug for my Atmel-ICE programmer / debugger. Since the pin pitch of 1.27mm (0.05 inch) is not quite common, I could not find a cheap solution. So I made my own one.
All lines are broken out and accessible at the side of the PCB. If you only need to connect a common ISP-target (for example via debugWIRE), you can just use the 2x3 2.54mm (0.1 inch) pin socket at the end of the PCB. If you want to access other lines you can do this via the labeled pad holes. You can power your target in this fashion by using the VCC and GND pads on the board to add an additional power source.
I think the options with this board are quite self-explanatory, but if you have any questions, please ask me.
Option "Fully Assembled":
Option "PCB only":
Option "Take my money!":
The schematics and gerber files are publicly accessible here. If you like to buy the parts yourself, you can use my (highly affiliate link stuffed) product list. If you like, you can support my future works (and tindie) by inserting a coin (or some more), i.e. the "Take my money!" option. I have a lot of new projects in the pipeline. Choose "Destination country: Fiji", if you don't want to pay shipping rates on this order.
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