Often asked question: ISP connector options

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Every now and again, someone asks how they can provide for an ISP connection for a once only programming effort. Edge connectors, pogo pins, etc have been suggested. Another one was suggested yesterday on the ELM website.

http://elm-chan.org/docs/avr/avr...

He suggests a spring-like connector (CONTHROUGH) made by mac8sdk in Japan. I haven't been able to find a Western source.

Just for info.

Cheers,

Ross

Ross McKenzie ValuSoft Melbourne Australia

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http://www.gilland.com/index.htm
http://www.mac8usa.com/

or for a more complete list http://www.mac8japan.com/partners.html

with New Zealand bringing up the rear so to speak.

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Ops, really nice this tip from ELM... I didn't know about this connector Conthrough.
Someone knows if Mouser has it?

Here we modify the ISP connector to single line header, so it's easy to program in the board.

Regards,

Bruno Muswieck

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I just stick a 6 pin male to male header in the ISP cable and poke it into a 6 pin hole pattern in the board.

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