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This product has been retired from our catalog and is no longer for sale. This page is made available for those looking for datasheets and the simply curious.
Description: This is a simple, but extremely handy board to adapt the common 10-pin ISP programmers to the smaller 6-pin ISP connections. We also designed in a 6-pin inline connector so that you can insert this board directly into a breadboard! Good for the AVR programming tutorials. Pin 1 indicators indicate how the AVR-PG1 and PG2 should be oriented.
Board comes bare. We recommend ordering male pins to insert into the programmer and female pins to couple to the ISP connector on your target.
Based on 1 ratings:
Does exactly what it should do.
That said, it would be nice if the 6 and 10 pin headers were oriented the same way (pin 1 towards the same corner of the board) instead of rotated 180 degrees as they are now. Would also be nice if they were mounted on a .1" grid so you could shove the two headers into a breadboard to hold them while you soldered them.
But it works.