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Phyton ChipProg-40 - Universal Device Programmer (USB)

Phyton ChipProg-40 - Universal Device Programmer (USB)
Our Price:  £330.00(Exc. 20% VAT)(£396.00 Inc. VAT)

Part Number:  02174



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The Phyton ChipProg-40 is a high-speed Universal Device Programmer supporting programming of many EPROM, FLASH and Microcontroller devices. Fast programming speeds are guaranteed due to the USB connection to the PC. The programmer features a 40-pin ZIF socket allowing it to support DIL devices up to 40 pins. The ChipProg-40 also supports In-System Programming (ISP) of AVR and PIC microcontrollers using the optional ISP adaptor.

  • Supports parallel & serial EPROM & EEPROM; microcontrollers, and PAL/PALCE/GAL/PEEL/PLD devices
  • Programs all DIP-packed device from 6 to 40 pin via a 40-pin pin ZIF DIP socket - no additional adapters are required
  • Optional adapters for programming devices in PLCC, SOIC, SSOP, QFP, BGA, QFN, SON and other packages are available
  • Provides very fast operations - programs a 64 MBit NOR flash memory device for less than 50 sec
  • Supports in-system programming for the devices allowing the ISP (ICP) mode via special cables-adapters
  • Communicate to a PC via a USB 2.0 compatible port
  • Being based on four independently working 32-bit microcontrollers and FPGAs, provides very fast loading & programming
  • Works under control of Windows 9x/2000/NT/XP/Vista. Easy-to-use and intuitive user interface
  • Allows to work in a multi-programmer mode - unlimited number of ChipProg units can be driven from one computer
  • 'Start' button for fast manual operations programmable to execute a single operation or a batch of them
  • Supports loading files of all popular formats: Intel HEX, Binary, Motorola S-format, POF, JEDEC, PRG, ASCII Hex & Octal, etc.
  • Built-in editor supports sophisticated operations with blocks
  • Vpp and other parameters precise adjustment via the software settings
  • Splits files to multiple images
  • Embedded script language for automation of routine operations
  • Serialization of the programmed devices by writing a serial number into a specified target memory location
  • Calculation of the control sum with capability to write it into a specified target memory location
  • A unique signature can be written into a specified target memory location
  • Advanced self-diagnostic start-up routine that check the target device reliable contact in the programming socket
  • Incorrect device insertion check and overcurrent protection; automatically detects bad contacts before starting any operation
  • Lifetime free software updates via Web
  • Very small – 160x90x25 mm (6¼x3¾x1 inch)