DIY ATtiny ISP Shield Programmer

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ATtiny ISP Shield makes programming AVR ATtiny bare Chips easy and simple and also helps shrink your arduino projects.ATtiny ISP Shield is a programming tool used to program bare for

8 Pin IC’s like ATtiny13, ATtiny15 ,ATtiny25, ATtiny45, ATtiny85. 14 Pin IC’s like ATtiny24, ATtiny44, ATtiny84. 20 Pin IC’s like ATtiny2313, ATtiny4313. 28 pin IC’s like ATMega8, Atmega128, Atmega328 using ISP header. Here is the page for more information for the usage of the product

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Step 1: Components Required for ATTiny ISP Shield

Required Components

1. ATTiny ISP Shield Main Board

2. 10uf/25v Capacitor

3. 20 Pin IC Header

4. 14 Pin IC Header

5. 8 Pin IC Header

6. 8 Pin Header connector

7. 6 Pin Header Connector

Step 2: Solder 20Pin IC Header for ATTiny ISP Shield

From the components first fix the 20 Pin IC header and solder to the main Board. Make sure the header notch aligned to the main boards Markup Notch.

Step 3: Solder 14 Pin IC Header to Main Board

From the components first fix the 14 Pin IC header and solder to the main Board. Make sure the header notch aligned to the main boards Markup Notch.

Step 4: Solder 8 Pin IC Header to the Main Board

From the components first fix the 8 Pin IC header and solder to the main Board. Make sure the header notch aligned to the main boards Markup Notch.

Step 5: Complete Your ATTiny ISP Shield

From the components solder the 8 and 6 Pin Head Pin IC header to the main Board. and Solder the 10uf/25v Capacitor with the correct polarity to the main board. that is all your ISP shield is ready to program the tiny Atmel IC's

Here is the procedure to program

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    5 Discussions

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    lnxusr

    2 years ago

    Whatever you do, don't order anything from htlinux. I ordered the kit (good price at $3 with $5 shipping) from them almost two weeks ago and the only response I've gotten is an email stating the order is on hold pending payment confirmation. I used Paypal, so it was an instant transfer. No response to my email request so I'm asking Paypal for a refund.

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    Dan909

    2 years ago

    I want to build one myself like said project. is there an open source for the layout.

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    dmwatkins

    3 years ago

    The title says "DIY," but this appears to be just an ad. Schematic?

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    seamster

    3 years ago

    Good info, thank you for sharing.