My amazing AVR programming cradle

I’ve just gotten back from a nice week off of school, though I didn’t do much other than work on my upcomming site. I want to try to post at least once a week(every monday), but I hope to post twice a week once I start getting back into my usual schedule(vacation changed things around).

Anyway, I thought I’d post about my cradle I use to program my attiny2313’s, in case anyone reading(no one yet) this blog is interested in getting into AVR.

I found the guide on instructables(link), however I printed the PCB too small, and I didn’t have easy access to a laser printer(needed for making PCB’s), so I had to use some protoboard and jumper wires. It doesn’t look the greatest, and I’m sure it’ll break soon, but at least it works, and I can plug it into the breadboard to program and de-bug at the sme time.

Here’s some pics:

amazing attiny2313 programmer

amazing attiny2313 programmer


~ by emudeath on February 23, 2009.

One Response to “My amazing AVR programming cradle”

  1. That is really cool looking.
    I’ll have a try at making one myself.
    I had an atmega168 laying around somewhere… maybe I’ll make one for that.

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