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Member Since: October 24, 2009

Country: United States

  • Product PGM-09231 | about 4 years ago

    The cable given is a direct pin to pin cable like most extension cable. It could only work on a standard AVR programmer.
    A simple solution may be to plug the cable reversely on the programmer. I have cut a gap on the socket to force the cable goes in.

  • Product PGM-09231 | about 4 years ago

    I have bought one. It come with a 10 pin cable (looks like DEV-09215). When I connect it to my ATmega16 header board which does have a standard ISP port, the programmer didn’t work (a typical “rc=-1”).
    Finally, I found that it was the given cable which caused this problem. When I use jump wire to connect the two ISP sockets manually, it worked.
    So, briefly:
    A Microcontroller with standard 10 Pin ISP Socket on its header board
    +
    The cable that come with this programmer
    +

    This programmer

    Does not work
    I’m sure my MCU header board is OK because I’ve used it many times. What I am not sure is which one caused it. Is it the cable, or the pin arrangement of the programmer?

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