USBTiny-MkII SLIM programmer

Posted on Monday, May 27th, 2013 in AVR, programmers by DP


Here’s a USBTiny-MkII SLIM programmer based on AT90USB162 microcontroller:

USBTiny-MkII SLIM programmer (AVRISP-MKII clone) supports all Attiny, Atmega, and Xmega µcontrollers. It has three programming interfaces: ISP, PDI, and TPI. It works with AvrStudio or AvrDude. Small convenient board, contains double direction voltage translator for all interfaces and working from 1,2V, jumper for target chip voltage selection 5V or 3,3V (LDO stabilizer), and status LEDs. The heart of the device is a AT90USB162 controller with hardware USB, so it can provide fast programming speeds.

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2 Responses to “USBTiny-MkII SLIM programmer”

  1. Michał says:

    I made this programmer. It is realy good! It works with win7 64 and Atmel Studio 6.

  2. emanuel says:

    i compiled the lufa2015 avrispmkii project and upload the new firmware, everything works, programming works well but the downside is that all the leds are off and not indicating anything, even the power led is off.

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