A test jig with pogo pins from Limor - This was actually where i got this idea for this connector since i did not know the existence of pogo pins before.
|At 24 June 2012, 4:20:46 user George wrote: [reply @ George]|
Anyone considering making their own should take a look at this version
At 23 May 2012, 11:58:03 user George wrote: [reply @ George]
www.tag-connect.com are in the process of making a cable for pickit 3 programmers, estimated time is approx 10 weeks. or if you cannot wait, get their ICD 3 cable & modify it yourself for your pickit programmer.
At 10 May 2012, 19:27:41 user Giorgos Lazaridis wrote: [reply @ Giorgos Lazaridis]
@tom Hello tom, the link is awesome! I did not knew it. But regarding the "wasting your time", i made because i had to program 12 PCB boards with SMD PICs, something which was very easy and fast indeed. I noticed what the problem was, and i solved it by removing a tiny amount of copper in the middle of the pad, like a punch. This was an amazing help for keeping the pogo pins stable, which i held with my left arm (i am right-handed) and programed them with my right arm easily. But i may give the tags a try afterall.
At 10 May 2012, 18:15:32 user tom wrote: [reply @ tom]
Hi George. You are probably wasting your time (and money) with pogo-pins. You have to be very patient and have very stable hands when you trying to program your mcu. On the other hand you can't use your adapter for debugging. What I suggest you is to use one of these. http://www.tag-connect.com/
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