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Goal

Being able to program PLCC32 chips while they remain soldered to the board. The chips are commonly found in a wide range of equipment, including PC motherboards.


Connector

They can be bought online but are quite expensive, for instance on http://www.hmcelectronics.com/product/Pomona/5733. I do however own a PLCC32 to DIP32 converter. I tried to put a PLCC32 chip in there upside down. When you apply some pressure, all pins seem to connect nicely. Then the idea was born to just use a PLCC32 socket and solder some wires to it to connect it to a programmer.

Programmers

 
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