Device programmers

From: Joe R. <>
Date: Wed Feb 23 07:30:44 2005

   I have every programmer that you have listed but AFIK only the 29A and B
are capable of programming PALS and BiPolar proms so I would pick one of
them. (In fact, I don't think I've ever used the 212 or 60). IIRC the only
difference between the 29A and B is the amount of memory. I don't think
there's any real difference in the price so I'd pick the B model.


At 01:16 PM 2/23/05 +0800, you wrote:
>Just wanted to find out what you folks are using for programming
>devices when used with restoring classic computers..
>- PROMs (M9312, etc)
>- PALs
>- GALs
>I'm hoping to get a programmer which can support all these devices in
>a single package. So far I've shortlisted to these DataIO products
>which still seems to be fairly easily available:
>- DataIO 29A
>- DataIO 29B
>- DataIO 212
>- DataIO 60A
>Which one would you recommend? Why?
Received on Wed Feb 23 2005 - 07:30:44 GMT

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