[sdiy] Universal (EPROM) Programmer - Redux

Paul Schreiber synth1 at airmail.net
Wed Dec 4 19:39:11 CET 2013

I have had a Xeltek programmer for the last 10 years or so and it has always worked flawlessly.

Paul S.

--- eric at ericframpton.com wrote:

From: Eric Frampton <eric at ericframpton.com>
To: MTG <grant at musictechnologiesgroup.com>
Cc: SDIY <synth-diy at dropmix.xs4all.nl>
Subject: Re: [sdiy] Universal (EPROM) Programmer - Redux
Date: Wed, 4 Dec 2013 13:25:06 -0500

I’ve been really happy with this one. I’m running it on an old Vista machine, but on the software downloads page it lists Win7 x64, but not Win8. I bet you could email them to find out if it’d work.



On Dec 4, 2013, at 12:20 PM, MTG <grant at musictechnologiesgroup.com> wrote:

> Well we had this conversation in August 2010 and at that time I bought a Galep-5. It really supports a lot of devices ("more than 62,000"), but now has serious USB connection issues. And judging from the forum it's a pretty common problem. I've reflashed the thing, updated the software, etc... no improvement.
> So now I'm looking again at what I can find in the approx $500 price range. The Galep-5 is really slow to boot as it has internal Linux. I'm not sure why that would be a feature but they seem to think so.  I would like to be able to program old (small) devices needing at least 21v (25v would be bonus) such as say 2716. And I also use it for larger/newer things like 27C400 40-pin guys.  MUST BE USB and support new Windows OS's such as Win8 x64.
> I need recommendations please!
> Here are a couple I've been checking out online:
> http://www.xeltek.com/Universal-Programmers/SuperPro-600P/
> http://www.elnec.com/products/universal-programmers/smartprog2/
> http://www.dataman.com/featured/dataman-40pro-universal-isp-programmer.html (same as above?)
> GB
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