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Posted - 06/30/2004 : 08:39:21 i was just wondering what the difference between the enhanced version and the ordinary is? can they both be used to fix stuffed BIOS chips on motherboards? Thanks
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Posted - 06/30/2004 : 08:42:27 This post is similar to my previous post. Any way, you can read again.
Both Enhanced and Dual powered (standard) willem programmers are working with same software.
Here are the some main points for differences:
1.The Enhanced Willem programmer is mainly focused on EEPROM / Motheroard BIOS (12V or lower Vpp compliance device). Also, it has a fixed the 5V Vcc for the programming. Since it has three build-in adaptors on board, so it is the best for those people mainly working with BIOS,Flash,EEPROM, MCU devices. Just for those three adaptors, you can save $$$.
2.The standard willem (or dual powered willem) programmer can use AC as the power source. So, it can provide 12.7V Vpp, and adjustable Vcc (5V, 5.6V, 6.2V) based on the jumper setting. Those features are very important when doing programming on UV erased EPROM device. So, if you are mainly working on EPROM, the standard Willem programmer may be the best for you.
3.If you are going to work on many different BIOS or Flash devices, Enhanced Willem will be more easier to operate.