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Epromer-5 compare to Eprommer3.3 (batronix)

Old 02-26-2004, 02:54 AM
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Default Epromer-5 compare to Eprommer3.3 (batronix)

What do you guys think about the Epromer-5 , do you have any experience with this before? here is the link:
http://www.ustr.net/epromer5/index.shtml

How can you compare it the eprommer from batronix ?
http://www.progshop.com/shop/programmer/index.shtml

I'm planing on using it for chipping a pm6 ecu for my turbo d16a6 project and using TurboEdit for tunning. Just wanna get enough feedback before i can buy a rom burner,
Thanks

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Old 02-28-2004, 03:10 PM
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i bought a epromer 5 for $60 on ebay.
haven't had any trouble with it; and its fast; and runs off a 9v battery.

it works for me i guess; but i hear it'll eat up at29c256 EEPROMs. But i just use EPROMs + an eraser so i wouldnt know first hand
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Old 02-28-2004, 05:25 PM
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I have a batronix 4. If it's not broke dont' try to fix it. I think that crap about earlier versions not being able to access winXP and win200 I/O ports is bullshit; my batronix 4 has no problem working with winXP.
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