ZIF adapter for PDI programmer

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Is there an adapter out there where I can plug my 2x3 connector and program my TQFP-44 chips?

I made one myself a couple of years ago, but it is starting to fall apart... I used a cheap ZIF from ebay, and I have to press on it during programming.

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Not like what you have; if there's room on the PCB:
How to use the TC2030-IDC cable with the Atmel AVRISP mkII (Tag-Connect)

"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

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I connect my tag connect with 4 male to male jumper wires. That way I can connect it to my ISP, JTAG or AVR One.

Jeff Nichols

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I'm not referring to programming a target on a PCB. I just want to program a TQFP micro by itself. I sell DIY kits where people solder all the parts on the board.

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Four legs good, two legs bad, three legs stable.

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Yes, I used something similar to build my programming adapter. It still works but it is getting old, I need to press the top while programming for it to make good contact. What I was wondering is if there is anything similar that I could buy to replace this old adapter...

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So you're after a higher quality part?

Four legs good, two legs bad, three legs stable.

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Not just the ZIF, but the whole thing. I would prefer a programming adapter that I can buy, rather than build another one.