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Re: [SeattleRobotics] High Speed Downloader Update 1.6.21

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  • Dennis Clark
    It sounds great (if a bit pricey). But, will it work to download to a MIT Miniboard that uses the weird auto-echoing power scavanging RS232 setup? DLC ... --
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      It sounds great (if a bit pricey). But, will it work to download to a
      MIT Miniboard that uses the weird auto-echoing power scavanging RS232
      setup?

      DLC

      Dafydd Walters wrote:
      >
      > I just saw this posting on another group, and thought it might be of
      > interest to some readers of this group. I've personally used version 1.5 of
      > this 68HC11 downloader product for Windows, and found it works very well.
      > It is totally GUI driven (not command-line driven like Kevin Ross' DL11).
      >
      > Regards,
      > Dafydd.
      >
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: novasoft11@...
      > To: mrrobot@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2001 1:38 PM
      > Subject: [mrrobot] High Speed Downloader Update 1.6.21
      >
      > The high speed downloader has a new version: 1.6.21
      >
      > If you have version 1.5 or later the upgrade is free (contact your
      > distributor)
      >
      > If you have a version before 1.5, the upgrade cost is only $5.95
      > AND WELL WORTH IT!
      >
      > Here is the press release:
      >
      > MrRobot.Com would like to announce the availability of the
      > fastest downloading software for the Motorola HC11 Family.
      >
      > The High Speed Serial Downloader for the HC11 (or HSSDL11
      > for short) downloads programs faster than any other downloader
      > in the world.
      >
      > "Other downloaders or compilers max out around 9,600 baud,
      > but now you can achieve download speeds of up to 115,200
      > baud."
      >
      > The program is being sold for $19.95 off of the MrRobot.Com
      > website. For more info, go to:
      > http://www.mrrobot.com/HSSDL11.html
      >
      > Fast Facts:
      >
      > Tested on the E1, E2, E9, E20, A0, A1, and A8 series.
      >
      > Should work on any HC11 board.
      >
      > The HSSDL11 (High-Speed-Serial-Downloader 11) is capable of
      > downloading
      > programs into a microcontroller's RAM at speeds up to 115200
      > Baud.
      >
      > The HSSDL11 also loads programs into internal EEPROM faster
      > than other downloaders, but, due to technological limitations
      > inherent to EEPROM programming, speeds are maxed out at
      > 1,200 baud for bootloading and 9,600 baud for EEPROM.
      >
      > Hardware Requirement: A PC running Windows 95 or better.
      >
      > No extra external hardware is needed to achieve these speed
      > boosts.
      >
      > ###
      > MrRobot.com
      > 804-272-5752
      > 1-888-Mr-Robot
      > 8822 Trevillian Rd
      > Richmond, VA 23235
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