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Make the AVRISP mkII Clone from Arduino UNO Rev.3

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Related Hack –> Make the AVRISP mkII Clone from Arduino Leonardo  / Micro

I tested and  confirmed function of this hack  on only “avrdude ver 6.2”


1. Introduction

It will be able to make the AVRISP mkII clone  if you a little modifying to Arduino UNO / Leonardo / Micro PCB.
Below is an article on making Arduino UNO Rev.3  into AVRISP mkII clone.

2. How about a little modifying

  1. Burn the firmware of AVRISP-mak2 clone to the USB-Serial chip ATmega16U2 of Arduino UNO Rev.3. And it works as AVR-programmer.
  2. The signals (RESET, SCK, MISO, MOSI)  required for ISP-programming can be derived from J2 and ICSP pins.
  3. The signals (RESET, TPIDATA, TPICLK) required for TPI-programming can be derived from J2, D0, D1 and TX-LED line (inner of PCB).

3. Prepare these

  1. Arduino UNO Rev.3 (type of ATmega328P DIP28)
    Also we can use UNO R3 compatible board (equipped with ATmega16U2, JP2, ATmega328P DIP28).
  2. Windows PC (It can also be Windows running on Mac / Linux virtual machine)
  3. “Flip” tool
    DFU-Programming software。Download it below URL of Atmel’s Flip-webpage. And install it.
    http://www.atmel.com/tools/FLIP.aspx
  4. AVRISP mkII clone firmware
    AVRISP-MKII_ATmega16u2.zip After decompressing “AVRISP-MKII_ATmega16u2.hex” is appeared.
  5. Header pin 3×2(2.54mm pitch) .

4. Removing the ATmega328P

  • We do not use ATmega328P on Arduino UNO board, so remove it. ATmega328P removed will be kept safe. It is necessary when returning original Arduino UNO.

5. Modifying the PCB

  1. Adding header-Pins
    1. Cut the solder side of the two pins of the 3x2header-pin. Fig.1 
    2. Check the JP2 pad on your Arduino UNO R3 board. Fig.2, 3
    3. Remove the solder of J2 pad. Fig.4
    4. Solder the 3x2header-pin to JP2. Fig.5
  2. Wiring to get TPICLK
    Soldering the thin wire  from TX-LED to J2 3x2header-pin. Fig.6

Figures, click to enlarge.

Fig.1 Cutting Fig.2 Location JP2, 16U2 Fig.3 JP2
FIg.3 Removing solder Fig.4 Soldering 3x2Header Fig.5 Wiring

5. Start DFU-loader

  1. Set the short pulg
    Short the No.5 with No.6 pins on ICSP of ATmega16U2. Fig.6

    Fig.6
  2. Connect to USB
    Connect Arduino UNO to USB port. And after, remove the short-pulg 5 with 6 on ICSP of ATmega16U2.
    ATmega16U2 run on DFU-mode.
  3. Install Driver
    Windows detect new USB device”Atmel Corp IOUSBHostDevice”(or ATmega16U2 DFU). and install drivers.
    There are drives file in the  folder as below.
    C:\Program Files\Atmel\Flip 3.4.7\usb\

6. Burn the AVRISP mkII clone firmware

  1. Launch the Flip tool and burn the AVRISP mkII clone firmware.
    Figures 2 to 5 show how to write other firmware to ATmega16u2.

    1. Select ATmega16U2 (Fig.7)
    2. Open with USB connection (Fig.8)
    3. Load AVRISP-MKII_ATmega16u2.hex . (Fig.9)
    4. Click [RUN]  = Burn (Fig.10)

      Fig.7

      Fig.8

      Fig.9

      Fig.10

7. Recognition of AVRISP mkII

  1. Disconnect the USB cable and reconnect it.
  2. When reconnecting, the USB device ATMEL AVRISP mkII appears.
  3. If the device driver is required, install “libusb” generic USB driver. How to install it (google search)

8. Arduino UNO R3  AVRISP mkII signals

 ISP mode  TPI mode
   

9. How to return to the original

  1. Run the DFU-mode on ATmega16U2
  2. Launch the Flip-tool.
  3. Burn the USB-Serial firmware below.
    C:\Program Files\Arduino\hardware\arduino\avr\firmwares\atmegaxxu2\UNO-dfu_and_usbserial_combined.hex
  4. Insert ATmega328P to socket.(to fit the notch device and socket)

 

another Related Hack –> Burning the Bootloader without external AVR-Writer on “Arduino UNO Rev.3”

 

update 2016.01.13 AVRISP mkII Clone firmware version up
upload 2017.01.04  (c) by Kimio Kosaka

 

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