A programmer adapter for all the ATtiny DIP models with support for a crystal with optional capacitors or a resonator.Designed by insideGadgets, Ships from Australia
ATtiny Programmer Adapter PCB v1.4 A programmer adapter for all the ATtiny DIP models with support for a crystal with optional capacitors or a resonator. You can solder on male headers to make this...Read More…
ATtiny Programmer Adapter PCB v1.4
A programmer adapter for all the ATtiny DIP models with support for a crystal with optional capacitors or a resonator. You can solder on male headers to make this into an Arduino shield so you can program your ATtiny with the Arduino.
This kit requires you to have your own parts and needs to be assembled. You receive the bare PCB with a 10K resistor, 0.1uF capacitor and Red LED pre-soldered.
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We usually ship within 2-3 business days and will let you know when your order has been shipped. We ship overseas all around the world – America, Europe, Asia, etc (except to Brazil or Mexico due to lost packages) and to reduce shipping costs we send via the Airmail letter service for $3. Any item you order will come to you with in a padded envelope due to a restriction that letters can't be more than 20mm in height.
The usual delivery time is 2 to 4 weeks; we ship via Australia Post. Unfortunately there is no tracking number available for this Airmail letter service.
You are responsible for any import tax/duties or other charges that may apply (so far we have had 1 report of a user having to pay import tax in the UK).
If you are looking for faster delivery times, please contact us for a quote, please note that shipping prices can start from $36 for 2-3 days delivery to the US (via DHL).
|Shipping Rate||First item||Additional items|
Australia Post: Standard
$2.50 $ $2.50
$3.00 $ $3.00
$9.99 $ $9.99
$20.00 $ $20.00
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