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Discussion in 'Electronic Projects Design/Ideas/Reviews' started by Adiabatics, Jun 12, 2018.

  1. Adiabatics

    Adiabatics New Member

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    Pls can someone help me out on building an Intel IC programmer
     
  2. rjenkinsgb

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    For what type or series of IC?

    Different series / families need different programming techniques.
    It could be anything from EPROMs through MCUs ??
     
  3. Ian Rogers

    Ian Rogers User Extraordinaire Forum Supporter Most Helpful Member

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    If its 8051 series, there are schematics available... If its an old one, you will need a parallel programmer, the latest use spi and a usb circuit.... There is a usb circuit on instuctables that uses arduino..
     
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  5. Adiabatics

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  6. Adiabatics

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    Pls can you send me the schematic diagram
     
  7. Ian Rogers

    Ian Rogers User Extraordinaire Forum Supporter Most Helpful Member

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    Before I help... Be careful about giving negative ratings, or you won't receive any help!

    Which processor are you using and I'll point you to a schematic.
     
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