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copy a M27C4001 ?

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by [email protected], Sep 23, 2006.

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  1. Guest


    What's the cheapest way for me to copy these ?

  2. (known to some as )
    Depends on how you define 'Cheap.'

    The necessary programmer to handle reading and copying that large
    an EPROM could run you anywhere from $50-$500 or more, and there's no
    guarantee about stability and reliability at the lower end.



    You could send me the source chip, and however many blanks you want
    it copied to, and I can do it for you at my normal labor rates. With
    that option, you're looking at $20 setup plus a per-device charge.
    Return shipping via USPS is included at no additional charge.

    See for pricing and

    Happy hunting.
  3. Guest

    That sounds like a pretty good option for me, any recommendations for
    where I could source the blank chips ? which ones should I be

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