TPR1 Header pins

cenote

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Just wondering if somebody could post what is the correct 5-pin header used from Mouser or Digit-key for programing these. I know it is a standard header pi, but my pic-kit did not come with one. Been using paper clips to program, want to get something a little nicer for the weekend.

Thanks, Chuck
 

David_AVD

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Chuck, all you need is a 5 way piece of standard 0.1" (2.54mm) header strip. I normally buy 40 way strips and snap to length. Something like this Digikey one.

EDIT:
The one we use is the Altronics P5430 which is a lot cheaper. Please note that the photo on that page is the two row (80 way) version, but that part number is the single row (40 way) one.
 

j1sys

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this is not an ad!!!


when we sell our pickits with our icsp adapters we include a ribbon cable and some male/male connectors that have long pins on both sides of the plastic. this works real nice.


for people in the usa we could drop some in an envelope for a couple of bucks. if enough aussie's are interested I could ship some to David (or some volunteer) to distribute/resell as needed.


-Ed
 

cenote

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Thanks David, that's what I was looking for.
Actual, found 5 and 6 headers for .60 a piece and tacked them on with some other goodies.
I like using Digit for small orders, because they charge actual shipping for 1st class USPS, and gets her in two days!
 
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