programming adaptors

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kmagers
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programming adaptors

Post by kmagers » Sat Nov 09, 2002 8:42 pm

i don't want to rip anyone off but i have more spare parts than extra money i would realy like
to build my own adaptors specificly the one to program
16 bit 40 pin eproms in the pocket programmer from intronics i emailed them but never got a answer one way or the other about it some else
told me since they sell them for sixty dollors
there is no way they would help me

Dimbulb
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Re: programming adaptors

Post by Dimbulb » Sat Nov 09, 2002 9:05 pm

It sounds very plausible. Get the exact data sheet for your parts and data sheet for typical eproms for your unit. an ordinary socket and a few jumpers should do the trick.

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Re: programming adaptors

Post by kmagers » Sat Nov 09, 2002 9:15 pm

well i know from there web sight and documentation it looks like two 74245 two stretch
the extra 8 bits on both adress and data lines

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