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Last update
29 Feb 2000

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SI-Prog base: connect it to the PC DB9 serial port.
You can connect any of the following adapter card to the 10 pin connector. The interface sinks current from the PC serial port, so it doesn't need any external power. If you need external power look at the PDF schematics

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AVR 20 pin (AT90S1200, AT90S2313) connect diagram to SI-Prog base.

 


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AVR 40 pin (AT90S4414, AT908515) connect diagram to SI-Prog base.

 


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AVR 8 pin (AT90S2323, AT90S2343, ATtiny12) connect diagram to SI-Prog base.

 


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ATmega (ATmega103, ATmega603) connect diagram to SI-Prog base.

 


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AT89S8252, AT89S53 connect diagram to SI-Prog base.

 


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PIC (PIC16F84, PIC16C84) connect diagram to SI-Prog base.

 


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IC Bus eeprom (24Cxx, SDE2516, ...) connect diagram to SI-Prog base.

 


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Microwire eeprom (93Cx6) connect diagram to SI-Prog base.


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SPI eeprom (25xxx) connect diagram to SI-Prog base.


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SDE2506 connect diagram to SI-Prog base.