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USBtinyISP-Arduino bootloader programmer

SKU: DFR0116

$22.31 AUD, inc GST
$20.28 AUD, exc GST

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USBtinyISP-Arduino bootloader programmer
22.31 AUD

SKU: DFR0116

$22.31 AUD, inc GST
$20.28 AUD, exc GST
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Introduction

This is a USB AVR programmer supported by offical Arduino IDE. Once the Arduino has lost its bootloader for some reasons, use this programmer to reburn the bootloader and save the dead Arduino.

This programmer works really well for ATmega168 and ATmega328 and should work with all the AVR micros supported by AVRDUDE.  Both 10-pin and 6-pin targets supported (cable included) which makes the progrmmer suitable for most AVR boards.

This programmer is based on  USBtiny code & design Version 2.0

The Kit comes with both 6-pin and 10-pin AVR-standard connectors and cables.

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Shipping List

  • USBTinyISP Module
  • 6 Pin Cable
  • 10 Pin Calbe

Product Update Log

  • 2011/08/23 : The  Verion 1 has  identified that 10 PIN IDC has incorrect MISO and  MOSI Pin out.    It will be fixed in version V1.1

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Customer Reviews

  1. Review by Michael - Easy to use programmer verified purchaser
    Rating
    80

    Easy to use with the Arduino IDE (use "Upload Using Programmer" to program the Arduino without wasting space on a bootloader). Comes with cables to connect to the target circuit. Indicator LEDs are useful to know when it's powered and when it's in use. One minor problem is that the reset line is held low if there's no power to the USBtiny, so you can't leave the USBtiny permanently connected to the target. Also, you'll require a standard USB A-B cable to connect the USBtiny to your computer, which isn't supplied. (Posted on 6/03/2014)

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