Greetings, Freaks -
I have several of Alank's beautiful little pocket programmers. I have been sending them to customer to do product updates. There is a problem, though. The board was never designed for a pocket programmer. There have been problems shorting to adjacent parts and it really does not fit. I have partially solved the shorting by wrapping electrical tape around the base of the programmer, but there are still problems just getting it into place.
I can solve it with a little 6-conductor "extension cable" 3x2 unshrouded male on one end, 3x2 female on the other. I have scoured the usual sources to no avail. That is not surprising at Mouser or DigiKey, given immense variety of what they have. I know that I can make my own without too much difficulty, but I'd rather purchase the half-dozen or so that I need.
Does anyone have any hot suggestions for source on something like this? 6" length or so would be just fine. Key is compatibility with 6-pin AVR ISP male/female connector set as an "extension" and the male end has to be unshrouded.