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DIY ATmega programing adapter using a IC testing clip

Saturday, December 31st, 2011

H used an IC testing clip to make a simple adapter for programing ATmega microcontrollers on the fly. IC test clips are tools used to grip ICs and provide easy connection to the pins. I’ve got a different use for it though. If you develop a circuit using an Atmega...

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