Original Wellon VP499 VP-499 Universal Programmer New Release

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Original Wellon VP499 VP-499 Universal Programmer

Original Wellon VP499 VP-499 Universal Programmer

Top 5 Reasons to Get Wellon VP499:

1. Supports Eight languages: English,Korean,Poland,Italian,Portuguese,Dutch, Turkish and Hungary,Chinese(Simplified),Chinese(Traditional),
2.Supports WindowsXP/Vista/ Windows 7 (32bit and 64bit)/ Windows 8 (32bit and 64bit)
3. Interface with LAPTOP, PC or compatibles through USB port
4.Optimum programming for each individual device
5. Automaticly Identifies the manufacturer and type of E(E)PROMs, Auto identifies TTL/CMOS logic IC

VP-499 Universal Programmer Features:

Electrical spec. of the AC adapter: AC input 100V to 240V, 50/60Hz, DC output 9V/2.0A; power:18W
48 Pin ZIF socket with universal pin-drivers.
Accepts standard file formats: JEDEC, INTEL (Extended) HEX, HOLTEK, EMC(.CDS), INTEL HEX16, Motorola S record
Manages 16 and 32-bit word split (Set Programming)
Features Test Vector capability and multiarray fuse map editor
Test TTL/CMOS logic ICs and Dynamic/Static Random Access Memory devices
Device insertion and poor-pin-contact check
Support 1.5v Low voltage devices
Not need exterior adapter for mostly devices.
Universal DIP, PLCC, QFP, TSOP, PSOP, SOIC, SSOP, SDIP adapters
Auto-run mode starts programming automatically upon detection of chip insertion

DEVICE SUPPORT: VIEW

PROM: N/CMOS E(E)PROM, SeriesE(E)PROM, and FLASH Memory
PLD: CPLD, EPLD, GAL,PEEL,PALCE and more
Microcontroller: Atmel, Intel, Microchip, Signetics, Zilog, etc.

IC TEST:

TTL (74 series), CMOS (40/45 series) Logic IC
DRAM (4164, 41464 ...), SRAM (2114, 6116 ...) memory device


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Tuesday 14 April, 2015

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 14 April, 2015.