- “SI ProgI/O as interface sort, serial as programming interface, com1 or com2 as communication port and line management polarity. The subsequent figure show the proper configuration. To set the best values for the programming speed it would be helpful to perform a activity of the computer bus speed a minimum of once.
- I used PonyProg software, which is a free serial device programmer. It reads and writes to the COM port, which in my case is directly to the chip. If you don’t have a serial port on your computer, you can purchase an EEPROM programmer that connects via USB and emulates a serial port. First thing, head over to the setup menu under options.
Ponyprog Serial Device Programmer Download
PonyProg setup.exe file packed with Winzip. V2.08d BETA (673Kb) PonyProg setup.exe file packed with Winzip. PonyProg2000 is still a BETA release. Try it and report me the results. I need feedback with all new devices. Its purpose is reading and writing every serial device. At the moment it supports I²C Bus, Microwire, SPI eeprom, the Atmel AVR and Microchip PIC micro. SI-Prog is the programmer hardware interface for PonyProg. With PonyProg and SI-Prog you can program Wafercard for SAT, eeprom within GSM, TV or CAR-RADIO.
I²C Bus EEPROM
Setting up the PonyProg environment
When we first start PonyProg this is the screen we see, click OK to start.
After clicking OK button following message will display to inform us that bus timing calibration is not done for read write operations. Click OK to continue.
Ponyprog: Serial Device Programmer
Bus timing calibration can be selected from Setup->Calibration menu.
Click Yes to calibrate the bus timing.
Click OK to continue
Setting up the Hardware
Goto Setup->Interface Setup to setup the hardware.
Set all the parameter as follows and click OK
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