The Flash Board is a small board which sits on top of a JeeNode or SMD Kit, and which turns it into an ISP programmer for ATmega and ATtiny chips.
The board includes an 128 K byte EEPROM, a push button, an LED, and several ways to place a 2×3-pin ISP header on the board. The EEPROM can be used to store the code to be programmed into a target chip – or the board can simply be used as STK500- and AVRISP-compatible ISP programmer. The actual functionality depends on the sketch loaded into the JeeNode on which this board is used.
The Kit contains all the parts needed to create a working ISP programmer, including all 6- and 2×3-pin headers, and has the EEPROM pre-soldered on the board so you don’t have to solder this small SMD chip yourself.
If you choose the With ZIF option for the kit, you also get a 28-pin ZIF socket and a 1-foot flat-cable with 2 IDC header connectors
The PCB only version contains just the board. No parts, no headers, no ZIF.
As connectors you can use a Plug Headers set with 10 male and 10 female 6-pin headers, which makes it easy to connect multiple plugs and JeeNodes in a “standard” way. Or you can solder the board directly in place for more permanent use.
The documentation and full design details are freely available.