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SUPERPRO-610P, Universal IC Chip Device Programmer for ARM9 32 bit MCU, EPROMs, Flashs, PLDs

SUPERPRO 610P, High-Speed Ecumenical Programmer, USB 2.0 The SuperPro-610P is a macrocosmic engendering programmer equipped with an ARM9 processor with a USB 2.0 interface. Predicated on the 48-pin ZIF socket it can program over 32000 differents components among EPROMs, EEPROMs, flash recollections, PLDs, and microcontrollers. It can program low voltage components down to 1.2V. It doesn’t need any adapters for any SDIP packages.

An optional ISP adapter sanctions to program components soldered on printed circuits or contrivances in special packages. The software runs under Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Windows7/Windows8 (32/64 bits). Updates can be download liberatingly. Fortified contrivances: EPROM, Paged EPROM, Parallel and Serial EEPROM, FPGA Configuration PROM, FLASH recollection (NOR & NAND), BPROM, NVRAM, SPLD, CPLD, EPLD, Firmware HUB, Microcontroller Packages fortified: DIP, SDIP, PLCC, JLCC, SOIC, QFP, TQFP, PQFP, VQFP, TSOP, SOP, TSOPII, PSOP, TSSOP, SON, EBGA, FBGA, VFBGA, BGA, CSP, SCSP,

There is more tests and Detects erroneous insertion of the contrivance and defective pin forfended against short circuits and over-voltages Computer interface with USB 2.0 AC Power Adapter: AC input 90V to 250V, 50/60Hz, DC output 12V/2A; power: 15W Dimensions: 178 x 130 x 40 mm, Weight: 0.8kg Kit Contents Programmer with 48-pins ZIF socket Power Adaptor 90-260Vac to 12Vdc USB-B to USB-A cable Software on CD-ROM Utilizer manual in English and French PC Predicated Programmers

Product Information

Accessory Type : Universal IC Chip Device Programmer
For Use With : ARM9 32 bit MCU, EPROMs, Flashs, PLDs
Rohs : RoHS Certificate of Compliance
Interface : USB 2.0
Programmer Name : SUPERPRO 610P
Memory Type Programmed : EEPROM, EPROM, FLASH



(Universal programmer with ZIF48pins drivers)

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Universal programmer SuperPro-610P

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