anti-uv eprom labels
cclist at sydex.com
Wed May 13 13:50:07 CDT 2009
On 13 May 2009 at 19:05, Tony Duell wrote:
> Actually, just about anything will do. Unless you're going to be
> leaving this board out in the sun all day, it's not going to get much
> UV light on it. So a paper label on its own should be easily enough.
Anything, including nothing. I have eproms that were last programmed
20+ years ago with no label covering the window and exposed to
fluorescent room lighting and the contents are just fine. There is
probably some energy threshold that photons must exceed to effect
erasure. Mostly, I use labels to identify contents.
I like the idea of an upside-down eprom, Tony. Too bad it's about 4
decades too late!
P.S. Does anyone have any updates to the software for the EZ-EP
parallel port programmer? I've run into some Winbond fash chips that
the programmer doesn't handle correctly--even though it correctly
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