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Wellon VP-390 Universal Programmer Memory Devices

by Yong Yang China Brand Universal Programmer
Wellon VP-390 is USB Universal Programmer for Logic Devices, Memory Devices, Microcontrollers, PLD, it supported 14000 devices, with ZIF48 Socket and USB 2.0.
Recommended Features
  • Electrical spec. of the AC adapter: AC input 100V to 240V, 50/60Hz, DC output 9V/0.6A
  • 48 Pin ZIF socket with Popular pin-drivers.
  • Interface with LAPTOP, PC or compatibles through USB port
  • Accepts standard file formats: JEDEC, INTEL (Extended) HEX, HOLTEK, EMC(.CDS), INTEL HEX16, Motorola S record
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Review on Wellon VP-390 Universal Programmer Memory Devices

The Wellon VP-390 is a low-cost universal programmer with 48-pins Zero Insertion Force (ZIF) socket and USB 2.0 interface for EPROMs, EEPROMs, FLASH Memory, PLD (CPLD, EPLD, GAL, PEEL, PALCE and more), and Microcontrollers with TTL/CMOS ICs test software. The programmer is reliable, and fast.

Wellon VP-390 programmer is designed to connect/operate with a personal computer. The menu-driven software interface makes it easy to operate with pull-down menus, pop-up dialogue box and help. Supports all main operations, such as program, verify, blank check, read, secure, erase and so on.

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