id this Data I/O part

From: John Honniball <>
Date: Thu Aug 29 15:45:01 2002

Joe wrote:
> I found a small circuit board marked "Data I/O", "702-1072" and
> "Plug in Adapter".
> There is also a paper label on the board that says "910-1347-1 E".

I've got one with "715-1398" and "Socket Adaptor". Mine is an
adaptor for TI 2716 EPROMs in a Data I/O 29A EPROM programmer.

> It has two 16 pin DIP ICs on it. I can't see their part numbers
> because they have paper labels on them.

They may be PALs. Many manufacturers added paper labels to PALs
after programming them.

> The board mounts using three metal standoffs and has a row of
> 14 pins along the left and right hand edges.

Making 28 pins in all? 0.6inches apart? Or wider than that (mine's
wider)? As if to fit into an EPROM socket?

> Can anyone tell me what it is?

I think it's an add-on for a Data I/O EPROM programmer.

John Honniball
Received on Thu Aug 29 2002 - 15:45:01 BST

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