Flash firmware onto an AVR microcontroller chip via UPDIDesigned by LeoNerd's Store, Ships from United Kingdom
What is it? This cable allows writing firmware to an AVR microcontroller that uses UPDI, such as the new 0-series and 1-series ATtiny, or 0-series ATmega chips. It uses a USB-UART chip, using the o...Read More…
This cable allows writing firmware to an AVR microcontroller that uses UPDI, such as the new 0-series and 1-series ATtiny, or 0-series ATmega chips. It uses a USB-UART chip, using the one-wire scheme. This is compatible with
pyupdi python program, for example. It connects RX directly to the target UPDI, and TX via a 4.7k resistor.
I needed a cable like this for developing on the ATtiny814, using my new development board.
Besides this cable, there don't appear to be any maker-oriented UPDI programming products. This cable allows easy use of UPDI to write firmware onto AVR chips.
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