Difference between revisions of "PLCC32 in Circuit flash/eeprom Programmer"

From NURDspace

Jump to: navigation, search
m (Text replacement - "ProjectNiche=" to "Niche=")
m (Text replacement - "ProjectPurpose=" to "Purpose=")
Line 3: Line 3:
|ProjectPurpose=Use in other project
|Purpose=Use in other project
== Goal ==
== Goal ==

Latest revision as of 11:04, 25 August 2014

NURDspace Project
Participants Dennis
Skills Electronics, Programming
Status Planning
Niche Electronics
Purpose Use in other project
Tool category
"{{{Name}}}" cannot be used as a page name in this wiki.
"File:{{{Picture}}}" cannot be used as a page name in this wiki.

{{{Picture}}} {{#if:{{{Tool}}} | [[Tool Owner::{{{ProjectParticipants}}} | }} {{#if:{{{Tool}}} | [[Tool Cost::{{{Cost}}} | }}


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.


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.


Our site is hosted by Site4U
Our connectivity is made available by BIT
To BIT's website