The Flash Board is a small board which sits on top of a JeeNode or JeeSMD, and which turns it into an ISP programmer for ATmega and ATtiny chips.
The board includes an 128 Kbyte EEPROM, a push button, an LED, and several ways to place a 2×3-pin ISP header on the board. The EEPROM can be used to store the code to be programmed into a target chip – or the board can simply be used as AVRISP-compatible ISP programmer. The actual functionality depends on the sketch loaded into the JeeNode on which this board is used. Such as the capturing ISP programmer.
There is nothing to configure.
Dimensions: 21.1 x 52.128 mm
CadSoft EAGLE design files: see below.
This plug can be operated at 5V as well as 3.3V.
This board uses the conventions of a JeePlug and can be used with the ports on a JeeNode. It can also be used with other boards and MCU’s, if you hook it up properly and adapt the interface code for it.
How to Get It¶
Related Weblog Posts¶
- 2010-04-26 - Meet the Flash Board
- 2010-05-07 - Assembling the Flash Board
- 2010-05-28 - Dear Mr. Murphy
- All posts tagged ”ISP“
- 2010-06-09 - Repairing a faulty ATmega
- 2011-05-29 - Summary of ISP options