[vcf-midatlantic] FS: Bytek S-10 EPROM Programmer Standalone/RS232 Control
systems.glitch at gmail.com
Sun Jun 5 14:12:33 EDT 2016
This one arrived in a lot of surplus test equipment from Virginia Tech. It had an exploded electrolytic in the power supply -- vented electrolyte all over the inside! I cleaned it up and replaced the blown capacitor with a NOS reformed unit, and it seems to power up and be functional. Unfortunately, I can't locate a manual on it, so I can't test programming functionality -- you have to select the EPROM type with a numeric code, which I don't have. Hence the listing as "for parts."
Inside, this is a little 8085 based system. Your typical array of standard and MCS-80/85 family parts. I want to say it uses a regular EPROM, so that should be easy to dump if someone is interested in reverse-engineering the EPROM definitions, or writing custom firmware for it. Very clean design. I've already got a number of programmers so I figured I'd pass this one on to someone else to hack on.
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