Wellon VP490 Programmer Satisfy a Wide Range of Needsby Amos Huang All for obd scanner,car diagnostic
The VP 490 Programmer is an advanced, high precision and multipurpose unit. It shall satisfy a wide range of needs of our fast growing market.
The VP-490 surpasses other programmers on our market In terms of functionality and class as well as it offers an astonishing price/capability ratio.
The Programmer can be successfully used for:
RTV service and maintenance shops,
computer service shops for BIOS updating,
computer mainboard repairs (damages caused by faulty BIOS update operation), and in other circumstances where programming of memory or microprocessor is required.
washing machines and freezers repairs
mobile phones repairs
radio and TV-sets repairs
damaged motherboard's BIOS repairs
48 pin ZIF socket with universal pin drives,
Weight: 300 g,
Over 19000 devices supported,
Interface with Laptop/PC computer through USB port,
Accepts standard file formats: JEDEC, INTEL (Extended) HEX, Motorola S record, BIN,
Manages 16 and 32 bit word split (Set Programming),
Supports most compilers in JEDEC format, including ABEL, CUPL, PALASM, TANGO PLD, OrCAD PLD, PLD Designer and ISDATA,
Easy and quick software updates ,
Possible substitution for squire-wave oscillator 1kHz to 125kHz,
Built-in frequency meter up to 100kHz
8-channel logic analyzer
Optimum programming for each individual device,
Automatically identifies the manufacturer and type of E(E)PROMs, Auto identifies TTL/CMOS logic IC
Device insertion and poor pin-contact check,
Supports 1.5V Low voltage devices,
No need for external adapters for most devices,
Auto-run mode starts programming automatically upon detection of chip insertion,
Supports IC Card programming
Fastest programming on the market. Programming of 89C58 in less than 4 seconds,
Supports MS Windows XP/2000/NT/9x/ME.
EPROM: N/CMOS E(E)PROM, SeriesE(E)PROM, and FLASH Memory
PLD: CPLD, EPLD, GAL,PEEL,PALCE (and more)
Microcontrollers: Atmel, Intel, Microchip, Signetics, Zilog, etc.
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