AVR ISP Shield

I’m not getting paid to say this, but I bought this ISP Shield for Arduino and found it to be convenient:

DIYMORE AVR ISP Shield attached to an UNO, with chip loaded.

This setup is the same as programming using two Arduino boards and the Arduino ISP sketch, but a more compact and convenient, since you don’t have to figure out where the wires go, and you can clip the chip into the ZIF socket.

I like this better than the other programmers I have used, at least for burning 328P chips. To use it, you must (one time) load the Arduino as an ISP sketch onto the 328P chip, and then afterwards attach the shield. When burning chips with avrdude, use the stk500v1 programmer type.

Shield disconnected from UNO

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