AT28C64, 28C64 Datasheet, 28C64 64K ns Parallel PLCC EEPROM Datasheet, buy 28C Find Datasheet EEPROM related suppliers, manufacturers, products and specifications on GlobalSpec – a trusted source of Datasheet EEPROM. Compatible with the Serial Peripheral Interface. (SPI) bus. • Memory array. – 64 Kb (8 Kbytes) of EEPROM. – Page size: 32 bytes. • Write.

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I do not think there ever was an official product called the Willem programmer. That’s not a Willem programmer. Pls tell how to make this, as where to write this program which type of computer is need.??


The Write pulse time is a minimum specification and typically has no upper bound. In either case, ns seems like a curiously short maximum. Then I would have to pay no taxes or duties.

If the cycle limit is intended to guard against stray write events, engineering it to be usable with systems that run at slow clock speeds should have been trivial and would eepron improved usability. Select eeptom forum You could just ground the highest address bit for example.

Fri Jul 01, 4: Otherwise you will get a lot of consecutive bytes programmed with the same data where you only pressed the button once. I would not recommend DIP switches, since they are mostly made for very few cycles of life. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.


Absolutely yes If you don’t set things up correctly with both the hardware and the software you might end up with the computer trying to talk to the EEPROM at the same time the EEPROM is trying to talk to the computer, in that case they might short each other out.

Notice there is no upper bound for any of the chip select or write timing. Sun Jul 03, 6: The 1us maximum write pulse time seems really weird, since many processors would need extra circuitry in order to meet that spec.

You would have to write your own software to go with it. Would be good to clarify by changing the DC bit. So if the write pulse is too long, you clear the chip. This meant they could not work down to DC. Thanks for the answer. Sat Jul 02, 9: Hi billo, nice to see you in this forum.!! Also, 18 bucks to ship it is ridiculous. The address needs to be held for an entire write cycle, so any dynamic latches would need to be able to deal with that.

It’s a an entirely different interface with no similarity to 28xx. I am just curious, but. Which I think would just need a couple more address lines added for a We ain’t got no x An example that I have worked with is this one cva.


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Here’s parallel port programmer for a which could probably be adapted to the would be simpler, don’t need the Fri Jul 01, They both work very well. You haven’t said what you’ve got to work with. There are two reasons I can think of for having a limit to the write pulse length: It looks like this was done with a PC, but really, it could be modified to work with any computer.

You will want presetable counters like perhaps the 74xx Having to use what is in stock at a local store would be extremely limiting, even in the United States where we have lots of big electronics stores.

Fri Jul 01, 5: For example here is the datasheet for the 26C64 write timing:.

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