wich socket for ATtiny10?

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Wich socket for ATtiny10, if i schould try to make a programmer?

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I just put programming pads on the board and solder the tiny10 down. Of course, this assumes the board can deal with a 5v supply needed to program the chip.

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The datasheet says it comes in 6 pin SOT23 or 8 pin UDFN so I'm guessing it's a socket that could hold one of those you need.

Perhaps something like this:

http://www.newark.com/wells-cti/...

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I have one of these:
http://stores.ebay.co.uk/WaveShare/SOT-/_i.html?_fsub=2462404010&_sid=826039540&_trksid=p4634.c0.m322
if you can wait a week or two for delivery.

I'm sure there are similar non-Suzanne things around, but probably more expensive.

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My 2pF:
happened to come over a ghetto solution for SOT23 and alike: laundry (optional - in plastics) pinch presses chip over the adapter PCB with corresponding footprint. Proved to work up to small SOIC packages.

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I had to look that up(laundry pinch). We call them "clothes pegs" over here.
Being rather un-ghetto myself, I tend to use a tumble dryer. I tried using it to hold the SOT23-6 packages down onto the PCB pads, but after programming the first half-dozen or so my back was aching and a had to go for a lie down.

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I suspect that a tumble dryer runs too slow.
If you place the SOT23-6 chips in a spin-dryer the centrifugal force should keep them in place on the walls.

I have no idea whether they would line up nicely on the TPI pins.

Either solder on pcb first, then TPI with pogo pins.
Or ask your distributor to program 10000 tiny10s for you.

David.

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There is such a beastie on the ATSTK600-ATTINY10 socket card for the STK600. Perhaps someone can look at that part number. Or OP can spend the $30 to get that card, whether the STK600 is used or not? (I can't find a reference that gives the socket part number on that board.)
http://www.element14.com/communi...

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Quote:

Perhaps something like this:

http://www.newark.com/wells-cti/... ... dp/25M4070


That is indeed the socket on the STK600 adapter card:
http://www.atmel.com/Images/a09-...

Now, if the socket is $45 and the STK600 adapter card is $30 ...

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