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Re: Identifying Unknown Board

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  • Michael
    ... It is from a PM9075 EPROM programmer made by Pro-Log Corporation in Monterey, California. I will ask one of the founders of Pro-Log when it was made. The
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 16, 2013
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      --- In midatlanticretro@yahoogroups.com, joshbensadon <no_reply@...> wrote:
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      > --- In midatlanticretro@yahoogroups.com, Kyle Owen <kylevowen@> wrote:
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      > > Can anyone identify the make and purpose of this board? Almost reminds me
      > > of an EPROM programmer, but with only sockets and no ICs, it's hard to tell.
      > >
      > > http://imgur.com/a/MDgwy
      > >
      > > Kyle
      >
      > Yeah, a programmer. My guess is the empty sockets should hold some logic chips, but someone removed them. Also, I would guess that this is a gang program adaptor unit for a larger system. On it's own, it can't do anything. It probably connects via the 40 pin socket (via ribbon cable & 40 pin headers) to a master unit. The 28 pin socket on it's own, would take a "master" ROM, the 8 other sockets would then be programmed with a copy. Lights go ON/OFF when done programming & verified. Mid 80's?
      >
      > Nice source for some ZIF sockets.
      >
      > Put a search on ebay, perhaps in time, someone sells the base unit?
      >
      > :)J

      It is from a PM9075 EPROM programmer made by Pro-Log Corporation in Monterey, California. I will ask one of the founders of Pro-Log when it was made. The manual is on Bitsavers.
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