FRISK USBTiny MkII AVR programmer

Posted on Wednesday, December 14th, 2011 in AVR, programmers by DP

Yoshi built a USBTiny MkII SLIM clone that fits into a Frisk candy case. It’s a USB AVR programmer that supports ATmega, ATtiny, and ATxmega families of microcontrollers. His project is open source and all the design files are available on his site.

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3 Responses to “FRISK USBTiny MkII AVR programmer”

  1. ferdinandkeil says:

    You don’t have to rely on the machine translation as there already is an English version. It can be found at

  2. Peter Schmidt says:

    This project is great, but it seems to be a bit more expensive than USBasp. If all what you need it’s a basic AVR programmer, then a cheap USBasp is a good idea.

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