Tiny AVR-ISP pogo-pin programming adapter [50mil pad spacing on PCB]Designed by madworm, Ships from Germany
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Tiny AVR-ISP pogo-pin programming adapter Useful for very small circuit boards, where every mm counts and you can't do without a programming connection. Pogo-pin spacing is 1.27mm (50mil). The requ...Read More…
Useful for very small circuit boards, where every mm counts and you can't do without a programming connection. Pogo-pin spacing is 1.27mm (50mil). The required board-space for this connector is just about 1/4 of your typical 6-pin ISP connector.
The adapter does not self-lock to the target board and requires to be pressed down while programming. Pin alignment is accomplished by small drill holes in the pads.
Assembly is reasonably easy if you're a regular user of the soldering iron and like tiny, fiddly SMD bits. However, you will definitely need patience.
The long pads on the PCB help with alignment of the pins. Flux the board, align a pin so it sits right in the middle of the split pad, tack it on one side, press it down with tweezers and solder the other half of its length. Finish the other 50% as before. Use flux liberally, be patient. Make sure you don't get any solder on any moving parts.
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