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Offline legacy

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[suggest] flash, eprom, eeprom, programmer
« on: September 09, 2013, 12:33:35 pm »
i need to program {flash, eprom, eeprom}
in parallel and serial bus {spi, i2c}
in 3.3V and 5V range

i have to immediately program
- EN25Q64 (SPI)
- MX25L8005PC-15G (SPI)
- 24Cxx (I2C)
- 27040 and similar 27xxx (PARALLEL)

What do you think about galep5 ?
It is incredibly full of features (jtag, too) but it costs ~$400


the "EZP2010" is a low cost SPI Programmer only for {24Cxx / 25Cxx / 93Cxx / 25L}
it costs $20, what do you think about it ?

"TRUE USB GQ-4X" should be an universal EEPROM FLASH programmer
it is developed by "MCUmall" and it is $100
here it is the device support list



let me know!
 

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Re: [suggest] flash, eprom, eeprom, programmer
« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2013, 12:50:38 pm »
You can grab a pic16 or pic18 and a max232 or ftdi chip for usb to serial and make your own programmer for a few dollars... or you can get a pic18 dev board with the pickit3 for about 40-50$.

spi and i2c are easy... a microcontroller has no problems doing them. Parallel is also easy with a bit of trickery (shift registers or something if needed)
 

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Re: [suggest] flash, eprom, eeprom, programmer
« Reply #2 on: September 09, 2013, 01:22:12 pm »
no time to toy with tools, i have other problems to solve, so i'd like to buy something is assumed "working" out of the box for the most flash vendor arounds
 

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Re: [suggest] flash, eprom, eeprom, programmer
« Reply #3 on: September 09, 2013, 01:24:58 pm »
Also eprom needs particular hight voltage and peak timing programming, not all the flash are CFI, so ... it is easy to say "it can be done", a lot of time to make it really running. Also you have to think about the Application user interface, etc etc
 

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Re: [suggest] flash, eprom, eeprom, programmer
« Reply #4 on: September 09, 2013, 02:48:34 pm »
Although I personally don't have one, check Dave's review of the TL866 - it seems to be very decent for the price.
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