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EEPROM programming

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  • #1
    scob2
    Level 10  
    Hello!
    I need to read and write from memory 24LC1025-I / SM from Microchip, I will be doing it for the first time and I need tips from more experienced colleagues on how to carry out this operation, starting with choosing an inexpensive programmer and a memory socket. Memory acc. the data sheet has WP on pin 7, i.e. write protection, and if I understand correctly, when the voltage reaches it, it blocks the writing. I will be very grateful for any tips on how to do it and whether it can be done at all. I will not disdain a tutorial for programming these memories, if there is one :) .

    best regards
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    #2
    Freddy
    Level 43  
    You can buy a cheap programmer from the CH341 series for 20 with shipping, or you can make it yourself according to one of the schemes posted on the web or on the forum.

    Tutorial - well, it is different for each program. It depends on what programmer you will have.
  • #3
    scob2
    Level 10  
    Thank you for your answer! I have one more question, the programmer application does not find my memory, it should be called MIC24LC1025, the closest one is MIC24LC1024 also 128 bit. Will it ensure correct data recording? The application written by SkyGz Series Soft, has its own database in .dat, but I don't know what I could edit it to check what memory parameters are taken into account, because if only the capacity and number of pins, it should be ok.
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    #6
    Freddy
    Level 43  
    Have you tried to program it as any 241024?
  • #7
    scob2
    Level 10  
    I am still waiting for this programmer, the thing is that I prefer to get acquainted with the soft before and dispel any doubts, because I have no possibility to make a mistake, to put it mildly, because it would cost me too much. I wrote to the creator of the program and wrote back to boldly program as mic24aa1024. Thanks Freddy for help, problem solved :)

    (until I save it, I leave the thread open)
  • #8
    Freddy
    Level 43  
    Have you already bought or are you going to buy a programmer?
  • #9
    scob2
    Level 10  
    I bought it on the Allegro, tomorrow it will come + SOC8 clip so that I do not have to desolder the memory from the system
  • #10
    Freddy
    Level 43  
    OK, then if you do, let me know about the effects - for others.