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    You can get a programmer for $25-$45 and get some chipquik rather then a heat station.
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    wow the videos for chipquik is very impressive. I will have to order some to practice with. That's is way easier than what I did 15yrs ago. Do you have a programmer I should be looking at? The last one I got was an emp-31 when they where over $1k.


    Parts ordered and chipquik Soon I should have this all in operation.
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    heatstation is better than chipquik and cheaper if you are going to be doing a few of them. its also a rip off as you can just do the same with solder.

    and the infectus isnt a chip reprogrammer, even if you can flash it to do a few types of nand chip. and its price reflects that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psxcopycat View Post
    wow the videos for chipquik is very impressive. I will have to order some to practice with. That's is way easier than what I did 15yrs ago. Do you have a programmer I should be looking at? The last one I got was an emp-31 when they where over $1k.


    Parts ordered and chipquik Soon I should have this all in operation.
    I was referring to an Infectus with a TSOP 48 pin programmer socket not an actual programmer like what you're talking about.

    @bad_Ad84 - Yeah, I was unclear in that post.
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