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How to read code from P87C750?

Discussion in 'Electrical Engineering' started by Gary Walters, Dec 14, 2012.

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  1. Gary, I have a DS-750 dev kit from Ceibo. It has 2 87C750's
    Its dos or win98 based. It will read or write the devices.
    If you want to give it a shot let me know.

  2. Gary Walters

    Gary Walters Guest

    How can I email you directly ?

    notax2day at the popular "Y" service.

  3. Robert Baer

    Robert Baer Guest

    I think i have a complete programming kit which has all manuals.
    I also have a bunch of the P87C750s.
    If you want all of that, let me know and i will dig it up and send to
    "first come first served" - just pay reasonable estimate for shipping.
  4. josephkk

    josephkk Guest

    My vote is for the Fairchild 3850.

  5. stratus46

    stratus46 Guest

    Well if ALL you know is MCS-51, then it would be an advantage. I've
    written lots of MIDI code in MCS-51 and it's a clunky architecture. I
    just get the impression that some of the instructions were added as
    'Oh, Yeah'.

    Does the op know if security is set? Tektronix used 8751s as the
    controllers in the 17xx series broadcast video scopes. The 'security
    bit' wasn't set so we just copied from a good scope to repair the
    broken ones. Good old JDR Microdevices EMUP programmer. Still got it
    with a pentiun 166.

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