This is a breadboard adapter for ATmega328 + ATmega8 which has an onboard 10 pin connector for ISP. This allows easily programming your ATmega directly on the breadboard. I made it for myself, but got 20 for the same price as the two I wanted.
Making many projects on the breadboard I never had a good solution from programming without having to either remove the MCU from the circuit placing it in a programming socket or having wires everywhere. I made this PCB to make my own work flow easier and less messy.
It has a 10pin ISP programming header directly on the board and pin numbering on the silkscreen. That's it. Not very special, but very useful.
ATmega328 ATmega8 ATmega16 ...
Only PCB. I can add some headers for an extra small cost. ATmega or socket for ATmega is not provided.
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Danish electronics engineer and hobbyist based in Switzerland.