What is this Data IO Thingie?

From: Michael Holley <swtpc6800_at_comcast.net>
Date: Thu Oct 28 10:21:02 2004

These are early programming adapters for the Data I/O Model 19 and
earlier programmers. These were used before Data I/O developed the
UniPak module which did all PROMs and EPROMs (except the 1702 ERPOM)

There are two cards in the large Programming Pak, an analog card and a
digital control card. (I forget the correct names.) The digital card had a prom
based state machine to control the programing algorithm. The analog card
generated the waveforms. This pak could be used in early Data I/O
programmers that did not have a microprocessor.

The you wanted to program a different part you need to swap cards.
The smaller parts a pinout adapters.

The two white things in the lower part of the picture look like your feet.


Michael Holley
Received on Thu Oct 28 2004 - 10:21:02 BST

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