[geeks] eprom programming
rstaab at panix.com
Sun Feb 17 00:35:16 CST 2002
So with a programmer and a chip all you do is plug it in and it'll zap the
code over? I assume you need some sort of I/O device to hook the chip to
for any useful purpose. What else am I missing?
What chips are supported by your programmer? Which aren't that a beginner
On Sun, 17 Feb 2002, Dave McGuire wrote:
> On February 17, Joshua D Boyd wrote:
> > What do people recommend for eprom programmers. I'm interested in both
> > what features to look for, and specific recommend models.
> > Looking on ebay, I see prices ranging from tens of dollars to hundreds of
> > dollars. Tens would be better for me, although feel free to tell me that
> > they are useless and I should wait till I can afford a real unit, if that
> > is the case.
> There's only one real answer to this question...Data I/O. I have a
> model 2900; it can program pretty much *anything*. I love it to no
> end. You would do very well to get one of those. The 3900 is the
> same thing but more of it, and much more expensive.
> One big advantage to getting a 2900 is that I have docs and
> software...which are otherwise *very* expensive.
> Dave McGuire
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