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We have a universal eeprom programmer that lives in a box in a blue crate near the electronics area, it has serial and parallel port connections and the cables are in the box.
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We have a universal eeprom programmer that lives in a box on the shelves near the electronics area. It has serial and parallel port connections and the cables are in the box.
  
 
The ALL-11P2 supports programming just about every type of device with a programmable memory or configuration including EPROM, EEPROM, FLASH, PLD/CPLD/FPGA, microcontrollers, BPROM, Serial PROM, and much more.
 
The ALL-11P2 supports programming just about every type of device with a programmable memory or configuration including EPROM, EEPROM, FLASH, PLD/CPLD/FPGA, microcontrollers, BPROM, Serial PROM, and much more.
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[http://www.hilo-europe.com/html/update.htm You can download a copy of the software to drive it from here]
 
[http://www.hilo-europe.com/html/update.htm You can download a copy of the software to drive it from here]
  
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== Pictures ==
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{|
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| [[File:All_11_box.jpg|thumb|The box you're looking for on the shelves.]]
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| [[File:All_11_ports.jpg|thumb|Ports on the back of the box.]]
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| [[File:Good_busy_yes.jpg|thumb|Good, busy, yes.]]
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Latest revision as of 21:09, 4 June 2013

Universal EEPROM programmer
All 11 box contents.jpg
Model ALL-11P2
Sub-category Electronics
Last updated 4 June 2013 21:09:38
Consumables Unknown
Accessories Unknown
Training link Unknown
ACnode no
Owner Unknown
Origin Unknown
Location Ground foor, general circulation area, on the shelves next to the electronics bench

We have a universal eeprom programmer that lives in a box on the shelves near the electronics area. It has serial and parallel port connections and the cables are in the box.

The ALL-11P2 supports programming just about every type of device with a programmable memory or configuration including EPROM, EEPROM, FLASH, PLD/CPLD/FPGA, microcontrollers, BPROM, Serial PROM, and much more.

The ALL-11P2 includes a high speed CPU and expandable memory buffer to meet programming needs today and into the future. Standard programmer memory is 1Mbit and is expandable in the field to up to 128M bytes. Even with only 1Mbit of memory installed in the programmer a cache system allows much larger EPROM and FLASH to be programmed.

You can download a copy of the software to drive it from here

Pictures

The box you're looking for on the shelves.
Ports on the back of the box.
Good, busy, yes.