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Connector-less ICSP probe housed in pen [Project]
posted June 24 2012 8:21.33 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Some days ago i uploaded a similar project, an ICSP connector which uses the PCB pads as connectors and pogo-pins to make the contact. Then, our Australian friend with the forum ID George sent me this link.

Mike from electric stuff had this excellent idea to put a similar pogo-pins connector inside a marker housing! Check out this make here. Thanks George for the link.

[Link: electric stuff]
 
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