Dataman, Dataman-40Pro, Dataman-48Pro
Universal device programmers come with 3yr warranty
News Release from:
Dataman Programmers Ltd
30 May 2006
Dataman has launched a range of universal programmers that connect to a PC via a USB 2.0 port.
The Dataman-40Pro is a small, portable programmer with a 40 pin socket designed to support a wide range of memory and logic devices, including the latest low voltage chips. It is ideal for the engineer on-the-move who needs to set up his working environment quickly in a small space.
The Dataman-48Pro is for engineers who want the best programming speeds and need to cover the widest possible range of memory and logic parts. It supports over 25,000 devices, from 5V down to 1.5V.
Multiple 48Pro programmers can be connected to the same PC to program large quantities of devices quickly. This setup will work either as a gang programmer or it can program the chips with different data simultaneously.
With the demand to eliminate the physical removal of chips from systems, the Dataman-40Pro and Dataman-48Pro both have an In System Programming (ISP) connector with a JTAG interface, which programs chips whilst still inside the end target system.
The Dataman-448Pro is built to meets the demands of high volume production programming with minimal operator effort. The Dataman-448Pro features four independent universal programming modules with support for over 22,000 devices.
The hardware for the range is complemented by an easy to use control Windows program. Software to cover new chips is released every 2-3 weeks and may be freely downloaded from Dataman’s website www.dataman.com.