Recommendation for a PROM burner
a1a96636 at telus.net
Sat Mar 14 15:21:16 CDT 2015
Actually the Andromeda Eprom Programmer handles almost all the early devices including reading the 1702, if you get the extra modules.
I can burn 1702s if anyone needs that, however I do charge for that service.
> On Mar 13, 2015, at 6:51 PM, Jon Elson <elson at pico-systems.com> wrote:
>> On 03/13/2015 11:34 AM, Noel Chiappa wrote:
>> So, I need to add a PROM burner to my collection of stuff, and I'd like to ask
>> for recommendations.
>> The ability to read them would be a real plus (no idea if that's a common
>> capability or not).
> Yes, they all need this capability, as that's how you verify the write got all the bits
> set correctly.
> I have a Logical Devices Allpro 88, with the ISA card that controls it, if that is
> of any interest to anybody. I do NOT have a copy of the software for it.
> I use a Xeltek Superpro/Z, which supports most EPROMS going way back.
> It supports the 2732, and may support some 16K EPROMS, too. You won't
> find ANYTHING that supports 1702 devices, they needed 80 V to program.
> I doubt you will find anything with a serial interface.
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