The PCB house shipped the first two ROM-el boards for inspection and testing. Once they are assembled and testing, I will release the design to production.
As one can see, the PCB is a merged set of 4 designs. The tabs between the designs are designed to be broken, separating the individual units after assembly.
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It’s still not clear to me how I can order any of this great hardware. Where’s the ‘Buy Me’ button?
[In progress. – ed ]
Hi, Yet another wonderful project!.
Any idea on the sale prices yet?
Also will I be able to just drop one in my True USB Willem EPROM programmer and program them like the old style IC’s?
Ken – vk4akp
Sj of `The RCC’
Still working on finalizing pricing.
No, you will need an adapter, as the units will feature 2364 and 23128/23256 pinouts, but will likely be 49X series FLASH under the covers.
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