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Philips P89C51X2BN programmer circuit?

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hi

can anybody direct me a programmer circuit which support the above microcontroller?

Will flash Magic Support this one ?

I happen to have a few pieces of this controller!!

NamBinh
 

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need help Philips P89C51X2BN Programming the Flash
 

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hello!
please describe the kind of help you needed?
software or hardware or programming tools?
thanx.
 

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FM does not support this chip as it is not UART-ISP-able. It can be programmed only in a parallel device programmer. And, as Philips did/does not publish the programming algorithms, there is no el-cheapo homebrew solution. Sorry. Try to get access to a parallel programmer which supports this chip (e.g. asking in some company in your vicinity for help), or you can use these chips as romless...

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Try these files
Ist one is emulator you can check your program with this software
2nd one is assembler works on ms-dos prompt
these tools are for assembly language programming
 

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wek said:
FM does not support this chip as it is not UART-ISP-able. It can be programmed only in a parallel device programmer. And, as Philips did/does not publish the programming algorithms, there is no el-cheapo homebrew solution. Sorry. Try to get access to a parallel programmer which supports this chip (e.g. asking in some company in your vicinity for help), or you can use these chips as romless...

JW
thankssssss

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zohaib said:
Try these files
Ist one is emulator you can check your program with this software
2nd one is assembler works on ms-dos prompt
these tools are for assembly language programming


thanhkssss
 

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