Show us your dongle!
I had as much fun building my AVR sticks as I have using them, so I figured I'd start a thread where anyone can show off their home-made dongle.
My thread so I get to go first.
My first beast:
Basically a Teensy1.0 with 8 and 16mhz xtals on switches, external power plug, and a pin header for SPI flashing.
What it became:
I free-handed the 2-sided pc board (out of toner).
From left to right: another teensy1.0 clone, a PSgrooPIC, and a bare board for a stripped-down Teensy++ (if I can ever get Atmels again).
Those are mines so far, let's see everyone else's.
Holy crap dude, what's all that stuff on the carpet? Just kidding, those things are awesome. Good job
it was you that said they scavenged the atmel from a scene it right? you know of anything else that has one? ill post mine if my pic programmer ever wants to come in the mail
very cool... i think i'm going to the electronics store this weekend to pick up some parts to make my own. it'll give me something interesting to do too.
anyway, when/if you make a case, post it here:
Yeah, that was me. I had to re-flash the bootloader and reset the fuse bits on the scene-it atmel as I couldn't get FLIP to recognize it. Also the reason for the two crystals: at90usb162s' wont hard-flash with anything other than an 8mhz crystal. I don't know of other devices that use it, tho I haven't torn apart the reciever for my mouse/keyboard yet.
Originally Posted by KoukiMonster
[QUOTE=nand2010;540925]I am using pic18f2550 and memory card reader as a cover,Its cost me about 10$ and work very good :)[QUOTE]
Nice recycling of the card reader. The plug from my first one was from a card reader :D
uhh, maybe merge the threads mods
One more for the show. I trimmed down the pic-stick as far as possible, gonna see if it will fit into an old thumb drive housing: