steven.alan.canning at verizon.net
Sun Jun 14 18:27:25 CDT 2009
What is the end result ? Is it to fix the equipment or to program those
parts ? What is the source for the EPROM data ?
If it is to fix the equipment, I would suggest using a 27C16 and make the
necessary pin adjustments in a homemade carrier ( two 24 pin sockets plugged
into each other with the necessary pinout adjustments, i.e. unnecessary
address pins tied to ground, etc... ). Looks like a standard JEDEC pinout.
Best regards, Steven
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From: "Eric Smith" <eric at brouhaha.com>
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Sent: Sunday, June 14, 2009 1:09 PM
Subject: Re: Intersil EPROM
> On Jun 14, 2009, at 1:47 PM, William Donzelli wrote:
> > I have a friend that is repairing some video equipment and he needs
> > some *odd* EPROMs. They are Intersil IM6654 (I think) - but they are
> > the obscure 10 Volt variant.
> Dave McGuire wrote:
> > I was quite shocked to find that my Data I/O cannot. I think that's
> > the first chip I've heard of that it can't program.
> Which model Data I/O? Will it program the Intel 1702 (without A suffix)
> or National Semiconductor 5203?
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