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A ZIF ISP Adapter For Up To 40 Pin AVR Controllers
This adapter can handle up to four different pin-outs.
  With larger jumper blocks of course it could handle even more.


figure 1.  Ten jumper blocks of four settings each allows the needed flexibility. Currently wiring is described for the ATTINY2313 and ATMEGA48 ans similar controllers.

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Figure 2. The yellow LED glows when the reset pin is pulled low, indicating that programming is taking place.


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First posted in May, 2016

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