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It's a small Pogo pin ISP programmer adapter. It allows you to program your AVR project without to solder ISP header and reduce space on PCB. It is used to program AVR Atmel ATmega, ATTiny microcon...Read More…
It's a small Pogo pin ISP programmer adapter. It allows you to program your AVR project without to solder ISP header and reduce space on PCB.
It is used to program AVR Atmel ATmega, ATTiny microcontrollers.
There are two options of pogo pins.
Kit (as photo):
Assembled PCB (as photo):
Video or instructions for assembling the kit is not available now. I recommend using a solder paste and hot air gun. It's for experts! It's a real challenge.
Assembled version is handmade assembled. So one can expect that it will not be perfect. But it is as good as it can be (as photo). If you don't accept it, you need to buy a kit and do it yourself.
Spacing 1.27mm are only not guaranteed, there is little tolerance.
Pogo pins are very close to each other. Beware of short circuits. I recommend using a USB isolator or ISP programmer with short-circuit/overload protection.
Pogo pins are fine and prone to rough handling. The return does not apply to mechanical damage. If you buy a Kit, be careful if you overheat the PCB and peel off the copper, damage the pogo pins (sealed with flux, soiled with tin...) we are not replacing or return.
Open source, see Link to Source Code. Eagle library and footprint is ready to use on Github.
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