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Dataman 48Pro2 Super Fast Universal ISP Programmer

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    Dataman 48Pro2 Super Fast Universal ISP Programmer

    Manufacturer: Dataman

    Price: $1,195.00

     

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    General

    • 48Pro2 programmer offers the same advanced features as 48Pro+ programmer but with much higher programming speeds (20-75%) for high-capacity memories.
    • FPGA based totally reconfigurable 48 powerful TTL pindrivers provide H/L/pull_up/pull_down and read capability for each pin of socket. Advanced pindrivers incorporate high-quality high-speed circuitry to deliver signals without overshoot or ground bounce for all supported devices. Improved pin drivers operate down to 1.8V so you'll be ready to program the full range of tomorrows advanced low-voltage devices.
    • The programmer performs device insertion and contact tests before programming each device. These capabilities, supported by overcurrent protection and signature-byte check help prevent chip damage due to operator error.
    • The selftest capability allows diagnostics included in the software to thoroughly check the health of the programmer.
    • Built-in protection circuits eliminate damage to the programmer and/or programmed devices due to environment or operator failure. All the inputs of the 48Pro2 programmer, including ZIF socket, connection to PC and power supply input are protected against ESD up to 15kV.
    • 48Pro2 programmer performs programming verification at the marginal level of supply voltage, improving programming yield and guarantying long data retention.
    • Various socket converters are available to handle device in PLCC, JLCC, SOIC, SDIP, SOP, PSOP, SSOP, TSOP, TSOPII, TSSOP, QFP, PQFP, TQFP, VQFP, QFN (MLF), SON, BGA, EBGA, FBGA, VFBGA, UBGA, FTBGA, LAP, CSP, SCSP, LQFP, MQFP, HVQFN, QLP, QIP and other packages.

    Programmer Specification

    • 1 x universal programming module (1 x 48-pin DIL ZIF socket and 1 x ISP connectors)
    • Operation result LEDs, LED power
    • USB 2.0 high-speed compatible port
    • FPGA based IEEE 1284 slave printer port
    • Protection against surge and ESD on power supply input and parallel port connection
    • Banana jack for ESD wrist strap connection
    • Banana jack for connection to ground

    Module Specification

    • Base Unit (DAC)
    • On-board intelligence: powerful microprocessor and FPGA based state machine
    • Three D/A converters for VCCP, VPP1, and VPP2, controllable rise and fall time
    • VCCP range 0..8V/1A
    • VPP1, VPP2 range 0..26V/1A

    Selftest capability

    • ZIF Socket
    • 48-pin DIL ZIF socket accepts both 300/600 mil devices up to 48-pin
    • Pindrivers: 48 universal
    • VCCP/VPP1/VPP2 can be connected to each pin
    • Perfect ground for each pin
    • FPGA based TTL driver provides H, L, CLK, pull-up, pull-down on all pindriver pins
    • Analog pindriver output level selectable from 1.8V up to 26V
    • Current limitation, overcurrent shutdown, power failure shutdown
    • ESD protection on each pin of socket (IEC1000-4-2: 15kV air, 8kV contact)

    Continuity test: each pin is tested before every programming operation

    • ISP Connector
    • 20-pin male type with missinsertion lock
    • 6 TTL pindrivers, provides H, L, CLK, pull-up, pull-down; level H selectable from 1.8V up to 5V to handle all (including low-voltage) devices
    • 1x VCCP voltage (range 2V..7V/100mA), can be applied to two pins
    • Programmed chip voltage (VCCP) with both source/sink capability and voltage sense
    • 1x VPP voltage (range 2V..25V/50mA), can be applied to six pins
    • Target system supply voltage (range 2V..6V/250mA)
    • ESD protection on each pin of ISP connector (IEC1000-4-2: 15kV air, 8kV contact)
    • Two output signals, which indicate state of work result = LED OK and LED Error (active level: min 1.8V)
    • Input signal, switch YES! equivalent (active level: max. 0.8V)

    User Interface

    Programmer is driven by an easy-to-use control program with pull-down menus, hot keys and on-line help. Selecting of device is performed by its class, by manufacturer or simply by typing a fragment of vendor name and/or part number.

    Standard device-related commands (read, blank check, program, verify, erase) are enhanced by test functions (insertion test, signature-byte check) and additional special functions (auto-increment, production mode - programming starts immediately once chip inserted into socket).

    All known data formats are supported. Automatic file format detection and conversion during loading of file.

    The versatile auto-increment function allows each programmed device to be assigned an individual or incrementing serial number. This function also enables the operator to read serial numbers or device identification signatures from a file.

    The software provides extensive information about programmable devices including detailed drawings of all available packages. The software also provides explanations of chip labelling (prefixes and suffixes) for each of the supported chips.

    The software provides full information for ISP implementation: Description of ISP connector pins, recommended target design and other necessary information.

    The remote control feature allows the software to be flow controlled by another application - either using .BAT file commands or DLL file (C/PAS/VBASIC/.NET).

    Jam files of JEDEC standard JESD-71 are interpreted by Jam Player. Jam files are generated by design software which is provided by the manufacturer of respective programmable device. Chips are programmed in-ZIF or through ISP connector (IEEE 1149.1 Joint Test Action Group (JTAG) interface).

    VME files are interpreted by VME Player. VME file is a compressed binary variation of SVF file and contains high-level IEEE 1149.1 bus operations. VME files are generated by design software which is provided by the manufacturer of respective programmable device. Chips are programmed in-ZIF or through ISP connector (IEEE 1149.1 Joint Test Action Group (JTAG) interface).

    Multiple devices can be programmed and tested via JTAG chain: JTAG chain (ISP-Jam), JTAG chain (ISP-VME), JTAG chain (ISP-SVF) or JTAG chain (ISP-STP).

    Multiple 48Pro2 programmers can be connected to the same PC (via USB port) achieving an extremely powerful multi-programming system, supporting as many devices as a single 48Pro2 programmer and without a noticeable decrease in programming speed. Concurrent multi-programming is also supported allowing each programmer to work independently increasing throughput.

    Keeping your programmer software up to date can be a costly business with some programmers. Dataman offers completely FREE software updates whenever you need them. The latest software is always available from our website.

    Device Support

    The Dataman 48Pro2 supports over 74,000 of the most popular devices in use today - with future devices being added monthly. Dataman 48Pro2 coverage includes the following device types

    ZIF Socket

    • EPROM: NMOS/CMOS, 2708, 27xxx and 27Cxxx series, with 8/16 bit data width, full support for LV series
    • EEPROM: NMOS/CMOS, 28xxx, 28Cxxx, 27EExxx series, with 8/16 bit data width
    • Flash EPROM: 28Fxxx, 29Cxxx, 29Fxxx, 29BVxxx, 29LVxxx, 29Wxxx, 49Fxxx series, from 256Kbit to 1Gbit, with 8/16 bit data width, full support for LV series
    • Serial E(E)PROM: 24Cxxx, 24Fxxx, 25Cxxx, 45Dxxx, 59Cxxx, 25Fxxx, 25Pxxx, 85xxx, 93Cxxx, NVM3060, MDAxxx series, full support for LV series
    • Configuration (EE)PROM: XCFxxx, XC17xxxx, XC18Vxxx, EPCxxx, AT17xxx, 37LVxx
    • 1-Wire E(E)PROM: DS1xxx, DS2xxx
    • PROM: AMD, Harris, National, Philips/Signetics, Tesla, TI
    • NV RAM: Dallas DSxxx, SGS/Inmos MKxxx, SIMTEK STKxxx, XICOR 2xxx, ZMD U63x series
    • PLD: Altera: MAX 3000A, MAX 7000A, MAX 7000B, MAX 7000S, MAX7000AE, MAX II
    • PLD: Lattice: ispGAL22V10x, ispLSI1xxx, ispLSI1xxxEA, ispLSI2xxx, ispLSI2xxxA, ispLSI2xxxE, ispLSI2xxxV, ispLSI2xxxVE, ispLSI2xxxVL, LC4xxxB/C/V/ZC, M4-xx/xx, M4A3-xx/xx, M4A5-xx/xx, M4LV-xx/xx
    • PLD: Xilinx: XC9500, XC9500XL, XC9500XV, CoolRunner XPLA3, CoolRunner-II
    • other PLD: SPLD/CPLD series: AMI, Atmel, AMD-Vantis, Gould, Cypress, ICT, Lattice, NS, Philips, STM, VLSI, TI
    • Microcontrollers 48 series: 87x41, 87x42, 87x48, 87x49, 87x50 series
    • Microcontrollers 51 series: 87xx, 87Cxxx, 87LVxx, 89Cxxx, 89Sxxx, 89LVxxx, all manufacturers, Philips LPC series
    • Microcontrollers Intel 196 series: 87C196 KB/KC/KD/KT/KR/...
    • Microcontrollers Atmel AVR: AT90Sxxxx, ATtiny, ATmega series
    • Microcontrollers Cypress: CY7Cxxxxx, CY8Cxxxxx
    • Microcontrollers ELAN: EM78Pxxx
    • Microcontrollers MDT 1xxx and 2xxx series
    • Microcontrollers Microchip PICmicro: PIC10xxx, PIC12xxx, PIC16xxx, PIC17Cxxx, PIC18xxx, PIC24xxx, dsPIC series
    • Microcontrollers Motorola (Freescale): 68HC05, 68HC08, 68HC11, HCS08, HCS12 series
    • Microcontrollers Myson MTV2xx, 3xx, 4xx and 5xx series
    • Microcontrollers National: COP8xxx series
    • Microcontrollers NEC: uPD78Fxxx series
    • Microcontrollers Novatek: NT68xxx series
    • Microcontrollers Scenix (Ubicom): SXxxx series
    • Microcontrollers SGS-Thomson: ST6xx, ST7xx, ST10xx, STR7xx series
    • Microcontrollers TI: MSP430 and MSC121x series
    • Microcontrollers ZILOG: Z86/Z89xxx and Z8xxx series
    • Microcontrollers other: EM Microelectronic, Fujitsu, Goal Semiconductor, Hitachi, Holtek, Princeton, Macronix, Winbond, Infineon(Siemens), Samsung, Toshiba

    ISP Connector

    • Serial E(E)PROM: IIC series, MW series, SPI series, KEELOQ series, serial data Flash, PLD configuration memories
    • Microcontrollers Atmel: AT89Sxxx, AT90Sxxxx, ATtiny, ATmega series
    • Microcontrollers Cypress: CY8C2xxxx
    • Microcontrollers Elan: EM78Pxxx, EM6xxx series
    • Microcontrollers EM Microelectronic: 4 and 8 bit series
    • Microcontrollers Microchip PICmicro: PIC10xxx, PIC12xxx, PIC16xxx, PIC17xxx, PIC18xxx, PIC24xxx, dsPIC series
    • Microcontrollers Motorola/Freescale: HC11 series, HC908 series (both 5-wire, All-wire), HCS08, HCS12
    • Microcontrollers NEC: uPD7xxx series
    • Microcontrollers Philips: LPC2xxx series, LPC series, 89xxx series
    • Microcontrollers Scenix (Ubicom): SXxxx series
    • Microcontrollers TI: MSP430 (both JTAG and BSL series), MSC12xxx series
    • PLD: Lattice: ispGAL22xV10x, ispLSI1xxxEA, ispLSI2xxxE, ispLSI2xxxV, ispLSI2xxxVE, ispLSI2xxxVL, M4-xx/xx, M4LV-xx/xx, M4A3-xx/xx, M4A5-xx/xx, LC4xxxB/C/V/ZC
    • Various PLD (also by JAM player/JTAG support):
    • Altera: MAX 3000A, MAX 7000A, MAX 7000B, MAX 7000S, MAX 9000, MAX II
    • Xilinx: XC9500, XC9500XL, XC9500XV, CoolRunner XPLA3, CoolRunner-II



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