On Thu, 4 Feb 2010, Jim Brain wrote: > The current product looks like a swiss army knife, with USB, header pins, > etc., To my understanding, the USB interface is for programming using just a standard USB cable rather than the more expensive Parallel Cable III and IV. (On my board, the USB interface is not populated.) > but if one of the goals is to replace a 40/48 pin DIP IC, that item > might not fit in some situations. That one I don't understand -- it goal *is* to replace 40/48 pin DIP ICs, hence you can either solder a 40/48pin socket to the board or any other connector you like such as pin headers. Especially for developing I find it especially helpful do have both, so that it can plug into the socket of the replacement chip and have access to all signals for hooking up the scope or LA. Rainer Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2010-02-04 17:00:04
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