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would these work for programming eprom chips for hondas?

Old 01-29-2009, 05:29 AM
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http://electronics-diy.com/avr_programmer.php

if so than it could possibly be the cheapest thing ever!

if not, i havent really figured much of it out yet nor do i know a whole bunch about burning chips for ecu's, but i just ran across this, apparently type of programming? anyways its called arduino but ive been able to find a couple cheap diy type burners for "28 pin amtel isp devices"

heres another one a little more to it but still only less than half the cost of others if it will work

http://wulfden.org/TheShoppe/freedui...er/index.shtml

please any input is appreciated
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Old 01-29-2009, 12:59 PM
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Old 01-29-2009, 01:47 PM
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ok, try this link, but then you have to click on "bootloader burner fixtures" and it whould take you to my originally linked page

http://www.wulfden.org/TheShoppe/freeduino/
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The first is an Atmel AVR programmer. AVRs are cheap decently powerful microcontrollers that can be reprogrammed, popular among hobbyists. They have nothing to do with 27SF/27C/29C compatible memory.


The second is a universal hobbyist/student/project board built around the ATmega168 microcontroller. The board gives you a bunch of simple digital and analog inputs/outputs, the website you linked to provides programming and circuit design tutorials for interfacing the Arduino boards into anything you can think of doing with them. Again, not 28 pin 27SF/27C/29C compatible memory.

Just log onto Mouser and buy some 27SF512s, and be done with it.
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<--- built with an AVR Atmega16 and an Atmega8 as an USB controler.

It could be a good choice if you want to build a cheap simple EMS, but I don't think its what you want to do

Maybe its not for your application, but if you want something simple that worth the money, buy an Ostrish. Mine is 365 day/year in my car and it works like a charm. You have less manipulations to do, so less chances of broken parts in your ECU or your programmer.

It's just my opinion for an alternative solution.






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Old 01-31-2009, 03:27 PM
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yeah, untill it was recently explained to me i thought the ostrich did something a bit different than it actually does, so yes i think that will be the way im going to go. thank you all for the help!
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