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Tecno Posted - 02/02/2006 : 03:59:41
Hi, I would like to know what are the big differences between the TOP 2004, 2005 and 2048 models of programmers ?
Since just by looking at the specs page I don't get it...

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ZLM Posted - 02/21/2006 : 22:31:12
PSOP44 and TSOP48 are the chip's package type. It can be any chip.
The TOP2048 supports lot of TSOP48 and PSOP44 package chips, but it needs the adapter.
See the supported list for the detailed info.
Bianconi2 Posted - 02/21/2006 : 22:02:38
The 2048 Programmer , support adapter Psop 44 and Tsop 48 ?
Herber Bianconi (BR)
ZLM Posted - 02/02/2006 : 18:58:05
TOP2004 and TOP2005 are almost same, except the casing and power consumption.

The TOP2048 supports more devices and has a external power adapter option when programming. Also, the TOP2048 will support 16 bit EPROMs. Such as 27C1024.

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