AVRISP MKII programming cable

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Hi all,

I just received an AVRISP MKII programmer. It comes with a 6pin cable for connecting the target. Unfortunately, my targets all have the 10pin programming header implemented.
Within the MKII I see a place on the PCB where a 10pin cable could be connected (pin header is uninstalled).

Will it be possible to solder the 10pin onto the MKII and connect to a ten pin programming cable - or do I have to make my own external 6pin/10pin converter?
Any experience available?

Thanks,
Hans-Juergen

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MAke sure it is a socket for ISP programming first.
These target probably has 4 pins dedicated for the ground so making converter wont be a problem.

I have seen this thread on this forum !
So you should find it with ease!

Anyway if you don`t find anything just read what means pins on target and then make a converter.

Adam

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Look at the STK500 docs if you want to make a converter, it has the printout for both types.

John Samperi

Ampertronics Pty. Ltd.

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