Device programmers

From: Joe R. <>
Date: Wed Feb 23 15:27:20 2005

At 11:18 PM 2/23/05 +0800, you wrote:
>On Wed, 23 Feb 2005 07:04:44 -0800, Bruce Lane
><> wrote:
>> Good day,
>> I would suggest that you turn your efforts and funds towards
finding at least a Data I/O 2900, 3900, or even a Unisite. I just landed a
2900 on Greed-Bay for a little over $100, and there are some Unisites I've
seen go in the $200 to $250 range. These units are a much better
investment, as they can program any type of device that is (a),
programmable, and (b), can drop into a DIP socket (other socket types are
supported with the Chipsite or Pinsite adapters).
>Thanks for the good suggestions Bruce.
>What do you think of the Data I/O 60A unit then?

   I'm not Bruce but I have a model 60 and as I recall it only does EPROMs
and only up to the 512 kbit types. You're much better off with a newer
programmer unless you only want to do 512 kbit EPROMS. IIRC the 212 has the
same limitations.


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