i planning to upgrade my old all-11 hi-lo universal programmer, could anyone recommend me the latest best one around?

thanks
Posted on 2003-11-04 18:52:22 by dion
I use an EMP-20 at work. http://www.needhams.com/
Posted on 2003-11-05 00:08:15 by eet_1024
a girl. And a pretty one too. Anyway I make my own. You programming flash or ROM or both? I have schematics and software. I run my programmer's in DOS currently.
Posted on 2003-11-06 17:41:15 by mrgone
no, i want an universal one, for mcu/flash/roms/plds.
btw, i had found the link.

eet: did it good device? i see it did not support so many as my old hi-lo do :(
ps. can i know what is ur daily work?
Posted on 2003-11-08 04:53:28 by dion
I think it's a good programmer. I've program a couple thousand chips with it, and it gave me no problems.

You may take a look at www.jameco.com

Just how many different devices do you need. The software for the EMP-20 supports over 50 brands.
However, you may need addition family modules.

I'm a design engineer. I do mechanical, software, and electronic design. I also do product testing and assembly, building maintenance, and website maintenance.

Take a look at www.mosaic-industries.com
Posted on 2003-11-11 12:39:13 by eet_1024

Anyway I make my own. You programming flash or ROM or both? I have schematics and software. I run my programmer's in DOS currently.


uhm... could you post that here too? just as a comparison :)
Posted on 2003-11-14 18:58:51 by dion