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In the box, you will receive a mini cd, with programming software, a USB cable to connect the programmer to your computer, nine blank eeproms, the programmer, and two adapters. This is how to connect the USB cable to the programmer.
The other end here, connect to the USB port on your computer. Start by flipping up the lever, then place your adapter into the slots, on the top of the programmer. Be sure to align pin 1 as shown in the diagram on the programmer. Once the adapter is in place push the lever down to securely lock it. Push down on the top of the adapter to open the pin terminals.
Correctly align pin one on the eeprom according to the diagram on the programmer. Once the eeprom is aligned, use the tweezers to push down on the top of the eeprom to hold it in place, and then release the top of the adapter to create the best connection. Open the programming software. Choose the device to program to. Load the file to be programmed.
Click on the programming button. Click Program. Programming should begin immediately. If you receive this error, go back and reseat the eeprom in the adapter and then try again. If you receive the error 5 times, it means there could be something wrong with the actual eeprom, and you should try a different eeprom. The yellow light on the programmer, will light up when programming. Programming time can vary depending on the file size.
You may also receive an error halfway through the programming. At that point, that means there is something wrong with the chip and you should try a different eeprom. Next, we will show how to read data from the eeprom, and save it to burn to a new chip. If the chip is damaged or corrupt, you will not be able to read the original data. Select the device you are reading from.
Click the Read from Chip button. Click Read. After the read is successful, click Cancel. Click Save. Choose a location to save the data. Click OK, after a successful save.
AVR series, single-chip, high speed programming PIC series 8-bit micro controller programming High-performance BIOS programme Serial 24 / 25 / 35 / 45 / 93 series programming Supports win2000 / winxp / win2003 / win2008 / vista / Windows7