How to Programm tiny once bolded on board

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m.majid wrote:
I learned how to insert 1mm round pin into 0.9mm square hole!

What's the secret? 

 

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ki0bk wrote:
What's the secret?
Brute force and ignorance ;-)

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ki0bk wrote:
What's the secret? 

1st step:
Use 1mm drill bit to widen the plastic case of IDC connector.
But very carefully with gentle force inorder not to damage the inner metal clamp of IDC
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2nd step:
Push the spring connector pins one by one straightly against a semi hard surface (wood, etc) one by one.
The inner clamp is not designed for 1mm,
İt will clamp the pin tightly, no chance to pull back the pin again!
Must be done correctly at first try!
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joeymorin wrote:
Brute force and ignorance ;-)

True for second step!

Majid

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I do not why, but it takes me around 30sec to program good 4kb via usbasp...

Best.

Bravo!!!

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Thank you for pointing out the size. In addition, your idea is also good, will look at it more!

Looked at Farnell guy, this is huge, without knowing what I am looking is illusion to find anything :) any idea how to find what is on picture?

Best.

PS what OP stands for?

Bravo!!!

Last Edited: Wed. Jan 30, 2019 - 06:49 PM
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Been here, done that, but too big :/

Best

Bravo!!!

Last Edited: Wed. Jan 30, 2019 - 06:48 PM
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mu234 wrote:
PS what OP stands for?

Original Post(the posting that started the thread)  or Original Poster( the person that made the first posting)

 

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mu234 wrote:
Thank you for pointing out the size. In addition, your idea is also good, will look at it more! Looked at Farnell guy, this is huge, without knowing what I am looking is illusion to find anything :) any idea how to find what is on picture? Best. PS what OP stands for?

 

https://uk.farnell.com/avx-inter...

 

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Brian Fairchild wrote:

You ought to be able to program 8k bytes in just over a quarter of a second (8k bytes of flash x 4 bytes per programming instruction x 8 bits per byte x 1us per bit). Doing and undoing a clamp will be much slower than that.

 

I have realised that I have a jumper on my USBasp ( http://msx-elektronika.pl/en/usb... ) and it is on "slow", however, I remember putting it on due to the fact that it did not work on "fast", does any of you know what could be the problem? 

 

Is this the problem of having an internal CLK on 1Mhz / 8Mhz, is this the source of a problem for programming at higher speed?

 

Best.

 

 

Bravo!!!

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