DIY programming pogo pins

Posted on Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012 in DIY by DP

Menno posted a bunch of links with various ideas for building DIY programming pogo-pins. This tool is handy for programming a batch of boards without attaching a header.We especially liked the idea above, it seems simple and very robust. Check out other ideas below the fold.

Connection springs from an Ethernet cable header.

Perf-board, and spring loaded sawing safety pins.

Via the forum. Thanks Menno.

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